I happened to drive by the place on I-74 driving between Indianapolis & Cincinnati. I had to make the reverse drive the following day & would be passing by Shelbyville a bit after noon. So I figured I'd stop by for lunch at the buffet and take a look through the casino. They had two promotions going on -- something like 15% off the buffet price because of the current construction going on and another 10% if you have a slot club card. So I stopped and got a card first and it was under 10 bucks for the lunch buffet. Not much more than if I had gone to McDonald's down the street. It was actually better than a number of lunch buffets I've had in Vegas for about the same price. Signing up for the slot club got me $5 in free play. I really wasn't all that impressed with the selection of slots on the floor and saw virtually no Video Poker there. I don't even recall what machine I played my $5 on but the Play button was bad and you often had to hit it a number of times to get the reels to spin. I think I got my Freeplay up to about $9 and cashed out when it was just under $5 cash so I'd have some ones for tips. Virtually no table games open in the early afternoon. I think they had a solitary Blackjack table open ($5 maybe?) and that was it. If I'm on the East side of Indianapolis next trip, I'll probably stop in again. But I wouldn't go out of my way to do so. It's a nice place but they need some help on what slots they put in there and definitely need to add more Video Poker if they even have ANY now.