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By: ynot   |    September 23, 2011   |   3 Comments (0) (0)

My wife and I went to the Borgata in Atlantic City for our anniversary.  We had a wonderful time, but not gambling.  Not because we didn't want to (at least I wanted to), but because the smoke was just unbearable.  I know that there are smoke free sections, but they are close to the smoking areas.  We both were having a hard time breathing.  My recommendations to all casino establishments is to create two completely separate floors/levels.  One for smokers and another for non-smokers.  We want go gamble, but we are not willing to get sick doing it.

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Scarlett commented on September 24, 2011

†I agree, smoking should be banned including and especially in casinos. The way to fully protect nonsmokers from secondhand smoke exposure is to completely eliminate smoking in indoor spaces.

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Heidi commented on September 24, 2011

†I've worked in an LV casino a few years back, and some dealers continue to stay even though they know the big health risk they are exposing themselves to, mainly because they need jobs and insurance.

Deb commented on September 23, 2011

†I recently spent 2 nights at Gold Strike casino in Tunica, MS and smoke was never a problem. I guess they just have great ventilation??

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