The room has a nice feel to it. It is very open and spacious, but also has a lot of tables.
I only played in the tournaments and S n' G's. I had a tougher time in the tournament (but I was also card dead for most of it) and had an easier time at the Sit and Go's (with some decent hands.) In the one Sit and Go I won (we decided to split the money) I get AA four handed. I was second to act and the first guy folded. As the guy to my left was the short stack and the small blind I bet enough to put him all in. Well, the guy to his left raised so I reraised and put him all in. I flip over my aces to find the raiser had pocket tens and the small stack had one of his tens. Needless to say I won that hand which ended up being the last hand of the game.
Knowledgable about the game, kept it moving, didn't notice any flipped cards or anything out of wack. Well groomed.
Didn't drink but the women didn't look all that bad.
Great system for the list, had the PA system used alot between the two stations, and only encountered one problem. I wasn't offered a player's card. It looked like the poker room has a seperate card but I had to ask about getting one. They had a machine right there to print one out but I was never offered one.
Don't know, see above.