This is a nice place. The casino started out small and has been expanded. The new part of the casino is beautiful and modern. The older part is in OK shape, and that's where the only good video poker is. There's a single bank of 6 slant-tops with 99% plus games, NSUD, 9/6 JOB, 8/5 BP. Poker room is in the newer part of the casino. I didn't play but looked in. It's a nice room but tables look cramped and a little warn. NL cash isn't allowed in Arizona but they had all the limits up to 20/40 and some mixed games if you like Omaha. Only a few good tournaments monthly, otherwise little $10 and $35 buy in events. On the casino floor table games looked newer, I didn't play.
Several good looking restaurants and prices are very reasonable, so even if you're not gambling I'd recommend eating here. We ate at the Tequila Factory, very good Mexican food with most platters under $10 and good variety. Comps for video poker are supposed to be $5 cash or $8 food for every 250 points. Big players can ask a host for additional comps.
Overall, compared to Desert Diamond Nogales this place is better in every way except they are lacking good weekly NLH poker tournaments.