In my opionion Trump doesn't want to spend the money on smoking lounges because his casinos are doing so poorly. He could care less ablut his customers, it all comes down to dollars and cents to him. He also realizes that smoking in casinos are on the way our anyway, it's just a matter of time. My guess is that by the end of this year both Pa and NJ will be 100% smoke free without smoking lounges. If you notice now smokers wonder with their cigarettes even with a 75% ban. I guess they feel that as long as there not sitting on a slot machine in a non smoking section it's ok to walk and smoke thoughout the casino. This really defeats the purpose of the smoking ban to begin with, that is to prevent non smokers from BREATHING IN SECOND HAND SMOKE! Smoking lounges would non create a real change, as I'm sure smokers will be inconsiderate and walk thoughout the casinos with their lit cigarettes on their way to the smoking lounges, especially oriental customers who have no regard for the law. If you don't believe me look in the coin trays in the "non smoking areas" and look at all the cigarettes put out in them. Look in the elevators and look on the floor at the cigarettes put out on the rugs. Management is not going to chase away a paying guess so there is only lose enforcement. When I asked a slot attendant at Trump Taj Mahal to tell a customer to stop smoking in the non smoking section, she reponded, " they don't pay me enough money to ask them to stop smoking". Isn't it funny how smokers comply 100% in restaurants and work places but in NJ casinos they don't take it serious. Delware Park has no problem with smokers complying, smokers there have adapted nicely to smoking outdoors and everyone gets along nicely. THERE NEED TO BE A CLEAR RULE OF 100% non smoking in EVERY INDOOR PLACE PERIOD! Not you can smoke on this side of the aisle but not on the other! It leave too much room for abuse, which we are seeing now.