made my first visit to the relatively new Kansas Crossing casino over Father's Day weekend 2021. I was first impressed by its location, visibility and ease of access to the hotel and casino. Being more familiar with the riverboat casino style, Kansas Crossing had a very modern and classy feel to it right away and it was very clean. it's a smaller casino, but that's not a bad thing. the gaming floor had a nice open layout that wasn't too crowded with machines. they also had a good variety of machines and games. I'm not sure how often, but they also have live music events there at times. there were only 2 voucher redemption/ bill changer/ atm machines that I found, but they were nice and easy to use. Kansas crossing casino also offers a players club program that is free to join that allows players to earn points as they play that can be redeemed for machine cash, and other rewards and benefits. the more points earned, the higher tiered your club membership gets and the better the benefits are such as giveaways and discounts on hotel rates. I wish I'd had been able to stay longer, but it's a definite stop on future trips and will likely book a room and check out the hotel experience on my next trip back to the area. I'm curious to see how well they do there.