As a casino, this one is probably above average for this part of the state, though I am no expert. As a hotel, I found the accommodations more than adequate. Our room was spacious and clean, as was the bathroom. My main gripe would be a lack of glassware in the room. When we called down for some, they brought only plastic cups (the same you will get in the casino.)
We ate one meal in the casino lounge/restaurant. While lacking in glitz, the dining area had great service and a decent menu. I found a decent red wine on the menu for a reasonable price, which is not something you can say about a lot of casinos these days.
There are only a few card tables here, no real poker, no craps, one auto-roulette machine, so about 95% of the game floor is slots. These are definitely modern video slots, not the old-school one-arm bandits, and a huge variety of them.
All in all it was a fun stay, though we'd have liked to have played a little Texas Hold'em. There's not much else to do in the area, but this was a good hotel stop on a long road trip.