Large room, many tables, electronic board showing games and people on the lists. Pagers if you want to wander around while you wait.
Some better players here vs. Bally's, Luxor, or Paris. My table had some loose/aggressive maniacs. That can be good if there is only one, but when you have 2 or 3 you need to be prepared for bankroll swings since they like to raise and like to go to the river.
No significant complaints or memories of the dealers here so they must have been fine.
Didn't seem to come around as often as at the other places. Also ordered a ham and cheese sandwhich which was not very good. Not sure how you can screw that up.
I would have said "good" but I asked for a pager when waiting and the woman didn't seem to want me to have one and said, "How far away will you be going?" Seems a little strange that they have pagers but seemed resistant to giving them out.
Not sure if the comps themselves are good, but the system for tracking is great. They swipe your players card right at the table and track the time you play by punching your seat in before it is swiped. Pretty slick.