Played there last week and must say, it's a combination of a game with great odds (20X) and the bar scene out of Star Wars. The players are a mix of rag tag weirdos and savvy, best game on the Strip craps shooters. We had 2 or 3 shooters who knew what they were doing and displayed an above average ability to put out a nice roll. On the other hand, we had 3 women in their late fifties, two of whom couldn't hit the layout with the dice, and I don't mean dice bouncing off, I mean on the fly off the table. One of them went through this progression: First roll - hit the stickman on the fly. Second roll - Didn't make it half way up the layout, but at least set the point. Third roll - Missed the stickman this time, but off the side of the table in his vicinity. Fourth roll - One die off the far end on the fly, the other thrown nicely (i'll get back to this roll) Fifth Roll - Seven out The next woman was wise enough to pass. The third woman then threw for about 10 minutes with a mixture of one die off-one on, knocking over chips and general assortment of 2's,3's and 12's. We also had the drunk guy on our end of the table, who insisted on staring at the shooter and repeating "seven...seven....seven". Now this would have been fine on a come out roll, but we'd already set the point. A point by the way, he was betting on. He'd then change up his game by asking for a six or eight, two numbers that were neither the point, nor did he have any money on them. When he was whispering seven at one shooter, I asked the dealer if we could "do something about this fool?" He said he couldn't, since technically he wasn't doing anything wrong. When he started doing it to my son's girlfriend, I pointed out to the fool, "now we're going to have a problem". He stopped and she proceeded to throw about 5 points and a bunch of hardways. Our experience ended, when for the third time, somebody reached down to place a bet, hit the dice and we seven'd out. This was down to the staff and was once too many. Now the staff we're just as strange. First of all, I noticed they didn't seem to provide much help to players who maybe had the wrong number of chips on a bet. $3 tables can be tricky when it comes to place bets and odds. Most tables you play, you'll hear them tell someone "put another $1" about 20 times an hour. This didn't really happen. Also, it was all they could do to keep the game moving at 100 miles an hour. This is what led to the hands hitting dice. They were pushing the dice to the shooter entirely too quickly. I know at times players can be slow and at a $3 table, you've got more learners, but people were barely getting their odds down on pass line and the dice were out. Additionally, 9 out of 10 rolls, nobody called out the number. Now I didn't have my glasses on, so rolls to the other end of the layout were a mystery to me, until they started paying off bets. The women's throw I mentioned earlier was so bizarre, I couldn't believe it happened. She threw the dice, as I said, one stayed on and one flew off the table. I was at the far end, so it went off next to me. It hit a chair and went under the craps table right under me. It was under the table a bit, so I had to get on my hands and knees to get the die, I picked it up, got back to my feet just in time to see a seven land. They had replaced the missing die and she'd thrown a 7. What the hell!!! Never in my life had I seen a table where they didn't account for the dice, before making the next roll. I complained to the dealer who said, "shooter threw the dice". The cocktail staff was as much on the ball. I ordered a jack and diet. My son and his gf ordered vodka cranberries. She brought me a jack 'n cranberry. I reminder her what I had ordered, she even asked, "don't you want this one?" I was shooting at the time and the dealers were none too pleased that I corrected my drink order before shooting. When the dealer started complaining I just said, "shooter hasn't thrown the dice". :evillaugh It was an experience to remember so tread warily at the Royale with cheese.