(A) Pit areas may be on multiple levels or locations within a casino facility. Pit areas shall be described by casino operators in their internal controls at a minimum by their locations, configurations, and restrictions on access. Each full-size baccarat table shall be in a separate room or clearly segregated area of the floor that functions as a separate area from the other table games and is surrounded by baccarat tables. For the purposes of access to a pit, card and dice control, and other table games activities, a "pit" shall be more narrowly defined as a single, separate area that is completely enclosed or encircled by gaming tables.
(B) Each applicant and casino operator shall maintain staffing of table games supervisors or similar positions as approved by the executive director.
(C) The table games supervisors and the oversight of their assigned table games and pit operations shall be directly supervised by either a table games manager or casino shift manager.
(D) Table games managers supervising pit areas separated by sight or sound shall have a communications device enabling them to be immediately notified of any incident requiring their attention and shall promptly respond. The casino shift manager shall assign table games managers specific responsibilities regarding activities associated with specific tables.