Not really a review, just my opinions of my 1st visit. It took me a while to even find the casino; there were no directions nor signs once you exit the train. For anyone who takes the A, make sure you dont go to Lefferts ave. Exit from the rear at Aquaduct, and the shuttle bus stop is right there. If from the front, turn left, and take the small path, walk up towards the stop some 500feet. You could walk to the casino in some 5mins instead ifcourse. The casino's front has horses, but that's all the decor you get in the place. Lots of security, more even than needed. The crowd was definitely on the older/retiree side; very few if any young people, meaning under 30. Lots of Asian gamblers, games, signs, workers, etc. There are no table card games, just slots, VP, and video roullette. The VP machines only play on 2x for 50c. I gave VR a try for the first time, and my bet was returned to me as I guess the min was $10, but then I lost $12 on $20 bet. As for slots, wow what a rip-off. Mostly 1c x25 and x30 bets, took a while to find a 1c with 10lines x10 machine. I guess the bosses know people dont want to spend $37 on a bus and/or drive 3hours to AC, so they take advantage of that and the suckers fall for it. However, with SGS bus you get $30 back, and with Academy/Greyhound you get $20 back. Not to say I didnt see some new and flashy slots in Resorts, I did, tried 'em out won some but mostly lost. Some guy won $600 on a $1 slot. There is a high-roller slot room which I did not enter. The 360Bar was ok, lots of booz, nice TV. The food court had over-priced grub; $10 for soup, $6.50 pizza slice. Overall, I'd rather go to AC for the variety of play and places to eat and see than Resorts, Foxwoods, Mohegan Sun. But if it's cold, I am bored, dont feel like driving to AC, want to watch a huge TV, I'll go to Resorts.