The room is buried in a corner by the sportsbook. It is not an easy place to find by any means, which of course keeps most of the easy money out of the room. The tables were dirty, no autoshufflers, and the chairs were substandard
You won't find professional quality players here, but you will find lots of local rocks. I felt like I was playing over at Sunset Station. Based on interaction, I could tell that the dealers knew 7 or 8 of the 10 players at the table. It just didn't give me a reason to come back
The dealers seemed to be okay. They kept the game moving and seemed friendly enough. Nothing spectacular here, and nothing bad.
The waitress made one stop in the two hours I was there. Since the poker room is behind the sportsbook and not close to the casino floor, I imagine the poker room is not considered a priority for drinks.
There were no real management issues. They were just sitting at one of the tables and telling people there were open seats on the 3-6 game whenever they arrived.
I really didn't bother with anything related to comps because I have zero desire to come back to this room. I only gave this room a shot because I went to an event at the Top of the World Lounge.