The local ads touted a special "Senior Rewards" special for the Sundays in November. "Player Bucks" are awarded to include $4 off on the buffet and $15 worth of gas. Four of us Seniors drove there for Sunday brunch. As we walked in, we were affronted by a strong smoke smell; even the smoker in our group was bothered by the strong odor.
After we signed up for the Rewards Club program, we were told to proceed to gamble; our play would earn "Player Bucks". After 30 or 40 minutes, one of us had earned $.06; another had earned $.02. We wanted to eat, but to receive the buffet $4 discount, we would have had to gamble several more hours. No employee could explain how "Player Bucks" could be earned more quickly.
By then, we all had headaches from the heavy smoke smell; there is no non-smoking area. We gladly left and ate at a local nearby tavern. We will never return.
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