I was not saying they are dispatching exactly lets say 50 trains per hour every hour all day long. The point was if they can fill trains each dispatch and get their average hourly capacity all day long the numbers for ridership is not going to be different if it is a station wait or the queue house is full. It can only pump out so many riders per hours regardless. I hope that makes sense.
That is 6 parks in one day, on both coasts! Very impressive. Though I wonder if they actually had time to ride any rides.
There is a reason they call it theoretical hourly capacity. It all depends how many times they have to upbar certain rows for riders with unusual body positions that can`t get the belt to buckle, loading people through the accesibility entrance, etc. all play factors in not hitting the marks.