Played at this casino for 7 years. Poker is good with nice paytables. 9/7 TDB. 10/6 DDB non progressive, Triple Dueces 3K for quad dueces and Double Deuces with 800 for the 5 Aces, Super Aces and Super Double Bonus plus. Best machines are the the multi-denom Game Kings next to the bathroom or the 3 non progressives against the wall. Used to pay fairly consistient but since new ownership of Isle of Capri Nov of 2010 its been pretty dry. They came in in changed the chips in the VP machines and they never been the same. Comps dropped from $200 a week to $35 and point play is a joke 1 pt for 10$ in 200pts - $5. VIP is non existient they treat HL the same as Nickel players. No tiered base players card.
Run down little casino in the middle of nowhere. 2 x 8/5 banks for .25 progressive. No $1 progressive. Best machines are in HL 9/6 and all 3 play pretty well. The best thing about this casino is the comps. Make sure to get a players card. The comps add up 10x faster than any other casino I ever been. They also have great weekend drawings for cars and 5 figure drawings. Bad part is drawing entries are not based on play. You only get 1 per person.
I've been to Vegas 4 times and always heard to go to Red Rock as they had the best VP. So this last time I spent the $50 cab ride to go. They have near about any kind of VP you want to play with large progressives for those rare hands like dealt RF and sequential RF's. But I got stomped. Signed up for a players card had a chance to win up to $500 in free play. Put the card in and what did I get............. $3 rofl. Blew about $2,800 playing single line DDB in 4 hours. Only got two quads dealt 8's and then 8's again on the same machine. I won't be going back.
Stayed 5 days about 40 hours of play $1+ only 2 HP AWAK once and 44424 on TDB triple play. And almost didn't get paid on the AWAK because they said the machine was not connected to the network on did not register the HP??? Impossible to find anything under $1, paytables were most 8/5 even in HL. It took 1500 to 2000 everyday before hitting a quad or two. Most casino I visit I at least see other people getting handpays but this place was dry as a bone. I only saw 3 other hand pays the entire time I was there and 1 was in HL. I usually see that many in a 1 day session at most other casinos. The backside "Clepopatra" played a little bit better. Don't play the front entrace go around the back past the Sports Book. There the quads at least came on average pace.