Table 2

Estimated gaming capacity by casino areaa
Casino Estimated Total Gaming Capacity [persons] Estimated Main Area S Gaming Capacityb[persons] Estimated NS Gaming Capacityc[persons] Proportion of NS Capacity to Total Gaming Capacity Ratio of NS Gaming Capacity to Main Area S Gaming Capacity
A 2238 1942 100 4.5% 5.1%
B 2680 2168 200 7.5% 9.2%
C 2069 1724 110 5.3% 6.4%
D 2858 2500 30 1.0% 1.2%
E 2656 2420 150 5.6% 6.2%
F 4372 2320 100 2.3% 4.3%
G 1356 1144 100 7.4% 8.7%
H 2244 2064 80 3.6% 3.9%
I 3298 2378 610 18.5% 25.7%
J 1722 1108 500 29.0% 45.1%
K 3080 2288 500 16.2% 21.9%

aTotal smoking (S) and/or nonsmoking (NS) capacity estimated assuming maximum of 6 patrons per game table, 10 patrons per poker table, and 1 patron per slot machine. The number of slots, table games, and poker tables were determined by our on-site (firsthand) observations in the present study.

bMain Area capacity refers to smoking (S) low-stakes slot machines and table games (i.e., excluding poker tables and high stakes slots). The Main Area gaming capacity (low stakes slots + tables) is a quantity used in the present work to calculate relative occupancy between nonsmoking and smoking areas. The occupancy for non-main smoking areas (poker or high-stakes slots/tables) can be calculated by subtracting the Main Area capacity from the Total capacity.

cExcept for Casino I, which had 10 table games, nonsmoking capacity refers to the number of slot machines in nonsmoking areas.

Klepeis et al.

Klepeis et al. BMC Public Health 2012 12:819   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-12-819

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