The room is small and more private than most rooms (think Palms)but doesn't have much of a vibe to it. Tv's are set up with sports and top 40 music plays over the speakers, the tables are ok and the chairs are nothing special. Overall the room just seems kinda messy.
A few locals mixed in with a few drunk tourists a few tourists who know what they are doing.
Dealers were very young and had to be remided of several different things. The locals, who watch everything, kinda were telling the dealers what to do i.e., dead buttons, proper raise amounts, split pots, when someone had to post ect. But dealers were very friendly, just not in control of their table at all times.
Free Sugar Free Red Bull. Average looking, average service. The Red Bull is all that matters.
There was an older gal who ran the tournoment who knew what she was doing, the younger managers really didn't. Its not like they didn't care or were snobby, they just were not as sure of themselves. Btw one of the younger gals is a complete vegas knockout.
Got a free t-shirt for flopping quads, but no bad beat jackpot for watching them lose to a straight flush. Doughnuts and bagles laid out for breakfast, played three hours in the afternoon and got a $15 lunch ticket. Just ask, they seem to be in the giving mmod over there. I have hope for this poker room, they just need to tighten things up a bit.