The poker area is not a room, since the ceiling of the whole casino area is extremely tall, and there were no doors - just 2 railings where many people can see the action. There were just enough plasma TVs, all the tables were of high quality with automatic shufflers, and the area is slightly off to the side, so you don't have to deal with everyone walking by.
I loved the competition. I played in their $65 morning tournament, as well as a 2-4 limit table. There were many people staying in with so-so hands that experienced players would not like. The table had at least as many tourists like me as there were "regulars".
These dealers were making great conversation with us, and smiling, even as the tournament was getting more stressful. I don't think they screwed up at all the whole time I was there.
Their drinks were as good as the ones you ordered. They looked pretty good, and came back not too slow, not too fast.
They have plasma TVs that clearly show the waiting lists. They handled the pre-tournament line very well, using their new computers. They answered our many questions during the tournament well, and clearly knew what they were doing.
I am not aware of any jackpots that they have. I could have turned in my players' card for some hourly rate, but I forgot.