I have tried this kind of roast cooking for prime rib only in the past. This method worked fantastic for this lower cost cut of beef. I can't say it was "tender", but cut the slices thin, and it is fabulous for flavour. For 1/4 the price of high end cuts, it's more than a great substitute, & don't be shy to serve to company! . Cooked to perfection med rare according to recipe! Leftovers are going to be great sandwiches or hot beefI I put the raw roast in a zip-loc with seasoning of S&P, Lawrey's, onion flakes & Worcestershire sauce, marinating for a few hours in advance, & I wouldn't be shy to over-season more to your taste preferences. It's all a matter of taste. Definitely will keep this in the arsenal of my favourites and it won't kill the budget.
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I have tried this kind of roast cooking for prime rib only in the past. This method worked...