This roomy casino is luxurious and always packed. Under tassled, orange canopies you can sometimes spot high rollers betting stacks of black chips ($100 apiece) per hand. In Club Privé, the high-roller's area, wagers climb even higher. There are games for more typical budgets, too. Low-denomination slots are tucked in the back corners for low rollers, and excellent blackjack games are offered for mid- to high-level players (table minimums usually start at $15). If you can find them, the $10-minimum craps tables also can get lively. The casino's epicenter remains its now-famous poker room, which rose to national notoriety as a key element of the TV poker fad. Players such as Daniel Negreanu and Phil Ivey are regulars here, though they frequently hit Bobby's Poker Room, a private room behind a closed door. Elsewhere in the casino, the race and sports book is small but cozy; each leather seat is equipped with its own TV monitor.