I was in town one night for business and decided to stay at the Cromwell as I enjoyed the casino the last time I walked through. After I checked in I decided to walk over to Ellis Island, have some dinner and check place out. I always try to see something new when in town and just never made it over here and yes the vibe changes once you get past the Westin but I'm ok with that. The bar was little smoky as was the casino, food was good and cheap. The casino is small with low ceilings and a strong locals vibe but it was bright and fairly busy. Made my way to the craps table $5 limit and 10X odds. The table was quiet and drink service was little slow. I bought in for $200 just to dip my toe in. Dealers were great and very friendly/efficient and helped get drink service over. It was choppy for 30 minutes until a couple of college kids came over quickly turned one roll into $600 pressing odds aggressively (I like the ability to climb the 10X ladder). I cashed out knowing how the story ends and went to cage. They had to call the pit to confirm my win and I was on my way. Back to the Cromwell and they had two tables $10 minimum both with 100X Odds and they were pretty full. Drink service was great. I was fortunate and rolled after waiting about 10 minutes breaking even. I'm not sure how long I rolled, guessing 25+ minutes but I rapidly wiped out the Don't players hitting on the other end and progressed up the odds ladder and lots of repeating 8. I put the dealers on the line with odds and made several other bets for them as I received great service before hand and they all had great attitudes. After my roll I colored up +$800, colored up but wasn't ready for bed. I walked through Flamingo and Margaretville, depressing and made my way to O'Sheas. I like the Linq re-do and for whatever reason I really enjoy craps at the "new and improved" O'Sheas. Serving bottles of Sculpin helps and I ended up losing around $150 30 minutes later, $10 table 3X4X5 odds. I made it quickly back to the Cromwell and tried to get on my previous table but it was too full, the Pit Boss offered to make some room for me but I opted for the other table with a $400 buy in. It was choppy but once again I got the dice and rolled well. I left that table 15 minutes later +250 then it was off to bed. I stuck to my hit and run strategy that seems to treat me better in the long run. I have spent many sessions at the same table(s) for hours only to eventually give it all back. Maybe we get a little smarter when we get older. Good luck!