Has large rectangular (rather than ovoid) tables which makes end seats far away from dealers, which makes it hard to see the cards and hard for dealers to pull in bets. Isn't a room as much as an area with walls on two sides. Can be very, very noisy especially when Dealertainers perform. This is the only place I've seen wooden racks that look like they're from the 70s; this really slows down cashiers when counting when you want to cash out.
Some of the worst players in town. True beginner, calling stations in the 2/4 game. The 1/2 NL game often has 7 limpers to the flop. Sit and wait for hands or bluffing spots and rake in the chips.
A solid bunch. They run the game and have some personality. No egregious mistakes but I saw one dealer consistently muck the winning hand before pushing the pot. A couple dealers can't reach to pull in bets which slows the game down. Dealers have great patience with beginner players. One messed up the button and I went from BB to middle position the next hand.
Very attractive and friendly. Service is quick. Hot Chocolate was so hot my friend and I both burned our mouths. Don't think higher end cocktails are available.
Very helpful when I called in and got us seated. Three of us showed up at 3 AM and they had one player on the list, and we were going to leave, but within 5 minutes they were starting a 7-handed game which filled quickly. Despite the revamped tournament, with 15 minute blinds it still isn't a very good structure.
$1/hour standard and can be used at most places including Hash House. Was easy to use our comps here. Also like the free cookies!