Overall good ambience. Some of the dealers try to force you to gamble which should not be condoned. Some tell you that the big risk tables have a chance of making money while the small risk tables have a chance to take more money of you as there's nothing to be made in the small stakes. The dealers here are so bored that they tell their customers they are ex-players and give away great security tips like the VIP section is on Level 8/9 and is by invite only.
The person downstairs promotes gambling - rather than the better offerings of Sky city, e.g. the Viewing platform, the 360 restaurant.
The chips are pricey at $10 bucks or so, there is a constant flow of new staff too at the bar.
Be careful, gambling is not about how much you are prepared to win but how much you can afford to lose but this place encourages you to SPEND SPEND SPEND.
I don't even Gamble, but these are my mere observations.
On the up shot, there is free water and serviettes!