Prior to my Labor Day trip, I hadn't been to MGM in almost a year. So, I'm not really sure how new this place is...it was new to me, at least. So, if this is old news, I apologize. Anyway...I walked by this place last month on my way to the "good" BJ tables on the main floor. It's a kinda-sorta hip lounge/high limit gaming room. My first thought was "trying to be young and hip...that means decent booze and shitty rules". And I walked past without giving it a second thought. Later, after having my ass handed to me at BJ and then eating a tasty steak at Craftsteak, I walked by it again on my way out. It was dead...as in three CWs and zero patrons/gamblers. So, I figured I'd walk through to check it out and see how bad the BJ rules were. The first table I walked by was DD with $100 minimums. But to my surprise, it was the typical excellent MGM high limit, S17. So I sat down and played a while. I played about an hour. Another guy and his (non-playing) Gf/wife joined a few minutes later. The dealers and pit boss were very personable and friendly. And with a ratio of three CWs to two gamblers, the service was as good as it gets. The only bad thing was the music (IMO). It was typical pop stuff (I recognized Bruno Mars, Katy Perry and PSY) and it was very loud. In addition to the tables, there was plentiful lounge-type seating surrounding the gaming area and a bar in the back. While I didn't care for the music (or the volume), I kinda liked this place. The minimums were reasonable considering the great rules, there was no high-limit pretense and (unlike the main floor at MGM) the drinks were well made, quickly delivered and served in proper cocktail glasses and not those crappy 1:2 scale "highball" glasses. Full Disclosure: After tips, I walked away exactly even...and for that trip, even was a huge win.