Save your time, there's better places to play cards than this sham of a club. Looks nice from the outside, but underneath it's a den of thieves. Cardrooms are illegal in Arizona if anyone other than the players benefits. CCC2 takes 50% of the dealers tips to get around their "home-game" atmosphere of no fee poker. Taking it out of the dealer's pockets is what got Deal Me In, Poker Nation, Ace High, Club Royale and The Nuts in trouble. Doesn't matter if you're feeding starving children or not, other non-profits don't get to use poker to benefit their 501(c)... why should you?
Aside from that, the games here are slower than molasses in January. You can't use your cell phone. Lord Jesus forgives you if you curse, but not this club. And ethically, I just can't get behind a club that pretends to be something they are not, especially when the something they are pretending to be is no more legal than a cardroom going to line the owners pocket.