Someone said on AllVegasPoker.com that the GN Poker room 2-4 cash game was full of grouchy old men who hated young guys. This was my 4th time in this room (Yeah, I chickened out on tournies) and I fit that demographic perfectly, except I don't necessarily hate young guys, as long as they are older than 35. It is impossible to get a read on some of these people, since most will chase the flop no matter what they have in the pocket. I had to get away from my tight game, which threw me off. I was about $150 down after 4 sessions, which averaged about 4 hours each. My sad tale: I had pocket K-J. The flop was K-J-J. Guy next to me bets heavily. I call him each time and raised once. Turn, nothing. River nothing. I bet, guy raises. At this point, I said out loud "WTF do you have?" The only thing he could have was pocket Kings and since I had one and another was flopped, I figured that was a huuuuge stretch. So I called. I was in too deep now. Guess what? You already know the ending. He had the other two Kings. Waitress service was for the most part good, although one time after the floor man was asked to call a waitress and didn't, I went to the bar and told the waitresses gathered there chit-chatting that we needed service in the poker room, that we hadn't had service for an hour and a half. We she finally brought my beer, I told her the floor man had her tip. Mean and rotten, right? One thing I don't like is when players yell at the dealers for making the very rare mistake. No one is perfect. Put yourself on their side of the table sometime. It really isn't that easy of a job. Another thing, the lighting is atrocious. Very difficult to see the cards from the ends of the table. Another tale: A normal hand nothing really going on, everyone folds after the turn except for one youngish lady. She's just about to muck when she says "I just have to show everyone this" and turns over a 2 - 7 hearts straight flush. The dealer says "Hold on" and calls over the floorman and he verifies a $240 bonus! More bluffing than normal was going on. You would see people winning with two pair, 6's and 2's, with their hole cards being the 6 and the 2 while they were in first or second position. It was more of a kitchen table game, playing for quarters. Despite all of that, the attraction is the 2 - 4, which is virtually impossible to find on the Strip. You can hardly find a game of 3 - 6 being dealt. All of the young yahoos want No Limit or Tournies. I, hopefully, if I don't croak in the meantime, will be back next year.