Very small, but was nice. Good TV's, tables had cup holders, and chairs were good. Its right next to a main artery in the casino so lots of people walk by, especially on Friday and Saturday nights. It really wasn't too big of an annoyance and if anything people stop and want to play that are complete fishes. Do not expect a quiet room, but its far enough you can't hear slot machine noise.
Had a little of both worlds. Two guys were there for the comps and they were good. One bought in for 4 times in and hour and he was sober... so it was a toss up. The toughness wasn't as bad as the lack of competition. I walked by a couple of times on Wednesday and Thursday and no one was playing until about 5 or 6. The room opened at 10am. I'm not sure why this was the case, but with the great comps you would figure it would be busier.
I almost gave this a 2 but I didn't really play enough to judge there overall dealers. One guy screwed up terribly in a hand I had. I raised to 100 after the flop and the villain takes a while, calls, and the dealer puts down the turn AND THE RIVER...NOBODY WAS ALL IN!! The manager came over and had him kill the river card and go with what the turn was. It really killed the hand for me as I had a semi-bluff going and was reading my opponent very well.
If you needed a drink you got one.
Per the situation I had above, they did fine. Not their fault the room had no players in it earlier in the week.
With a $2 an hour rate, and $599 a week for play 60 hours, they for sure have some great comps. Also being able to see your name on the waiting list from your hotel room was cool, but wasn't necessary for me during my visit.