3 Tables, 2 were spreading 2/5 NLH, 1 was some form of Omaha. Rake is 5% up to 25. 200 min buy in, didn't ask what the max is but there were people buying in for 1000 so it's either 1000 or uncapped. Game is ran tournament style so if you get up they continue dealing you hand and taking bb/sb.
Chips are annoying to handle, they're small plastic pieces like a roulette chip not poker chips.
There's no policing of the game going on, lots of string betting, throwing in one chip as raise, cards hidden behind chips, big chips in the back, basically no rules so make sure you watch yourself and ensure the dealer is vocalizing what their play is and counting out their chips. Same as any place with a lot of angling though it seemed unintentional here for the most part, player base was just clueless to those rules as they weren't being enforced.
Game was generally soft.