Steve Bourie, from the American On line casino Information, visits casinos in Macau, China, also referred to as Macao. It’s the playing capital of Asia, in addition to the playing capital of the world. Whereas in Macau, Steve interviews Spencer Musick, an American who lives and works in China and is educated concerning the Macau casinos. They talk about how casinos in Macau are totally different from these within the U.S. , which video games are the most well-liked in Macau vs. Vegas and the way the 2 cultures differ on their strategy to playing.

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  1. Maybe you should advise people not to gamble in casino with their paycheck or security check. It is this much of money they can gamble.when the money is gone, they cannot continue to recoup their losses. Gambling is betting big (US 50 a spin, like NG slot and MG slot) and any endless stream of bankroll to continue when losing. Gambling is never for ordinary working folks!!!!!

  2. ??? Dicks goods ???

    !!! Cheap !!!

    ??? Comment, civil & court ???

    !!! Cheap !!!

    ??? Dicks goods ???

  3. Macau is part of a small list of cities with direct flights to North Korea. Many people from there go to gamble in those casinos.

  4. A lot of misinformation here. Really, why would you discuss Macau gaming with a Beijing based radio host when you have so many expats in Macau working in the casinos that could provide you with a better idea of how things work. Wrong info on junkets, wrong info on regulator, wrong info on slots…..FYI, I am a casino executive that has lived in Macau for the last 15 years.

  5. Steve
    (1) What about live cash poker in Macau? Isn’t there any? (2) I was planning to travel to Macau to play Blackjack but learning that they invariably use CSMs, I have dropped the idea. Can’t win against a machine. Thanks for the info.

  6. Not sure if I’m interested or not. Doesn’t seem like a place looking for tourists.

  7. If they build a Circus Circus, then you’ll know they’ve gone too far building “the strip.” Bought my first copy of The American Casino Guide in the last century. It was an absolute “must have” in making my first trips to Mississippi, Atlantic City, and, of course, Vegas. This video sure seems to prove Mr Bourie’s continued commitment to informing those interested in travelling to gamble.

  8. I am not going to Macau anymore. First time I visited Macau casino and I played 21. I got 20 points 3 times and deal got 21 points 3 times. then I know Macau casino …………. almost 27 years ago….my five thousand dollars gone…….to punish Macau casinos. I refused to go to Macau casinos for the rest of my life……

  9. I stayed at the Venetian in Macau. Very impressive cause it’s two times bigger than Las Vegas version. I thought the bridge from HK to Macau is open so you can take a bus or car.

  10. i came here to see the casinos of macau and now im quite disappointed. the title is pretty irritating.

  11. I spent a few days in Macao in March of this year and your video helped understand many of the things we saw. We also wondered how the person was chosen that got the cards in Baccarat. Did you happen to see the game Fan-Tan, where you have to guess the number of buttons? That was really interesting and unlike any casino game I have ever seen before.

  12. How did you find Macau in terms of language? Were the staff at the casinos able to speak English?

  13. baccarat is purely a casino game designed for big bet players , and that’s the main reason why it is the most attractive game in asian casinos

  14. sweet interview….i am living in bankok now but will return to usa in may and my plan is to go thru Macao when i return….thanks for the info,,,love your channel

  15. yea you can touch the cards cause if they catch you cheating they cut your hand off, in usa they reward you with 3 hot meals and a bed

  16. Watching this video doesn’t make the logical thinking ability of the mentioned common Chinese gambler sound very impressive… coming to make money (as opposed to entertainment) by playing games that are pure chance with a negative expectation statistically… 🙄

    Believing the card can magically change to make the players win or lose based on whether a lucky or unlucky person turns it over… 🙄

    I’m actually an open minded person, am definitely spiritual and believe there are forces in this world we don’t understand, and respect religions/mystical beliefs, and even to a degree feng shui (sp?), which is in my opinion a pseudo religion, but I have zero respect for these sort of base superstitions associated with gambling and streaks (have those people ever heard the term “independent event?”). I also don’t think, for example, for people that bring prayer beads to gamble, that God or divine powers, however you see it, or supernatural Chinese Dragons, whatever, would care to supernaturally alter the outcome of a game or guide a person to make the right choices when the person is unvirtously (was going to say sinfully but don’t want to make it religious) gambling away the money they and their family need…

  17. Very informative! It makes me wanna go to Macau instead of Atlantic City. I’ve been to Vegas and Reno to many times and Atlantic City was on top of my wishlist to visit next, but I’ll just wait a little and save money to go to Macau. Oh and I need to get my passport too😂

  18. Interesting stuff! I’m glad you had a nice time there! I visited once, and I enjoyed it a lot, although I would still put Las Vegas above it for sheer excitement. Still, it is a pretty close number two, and obviously in terms of money brought in, it is far and away number one.

  19. Question. Are there any really old, smokey, dirty, poorly lit casinos from 100’s of years ago or are there only the newer, mega luxury casinos? I would think that with the 1.5 Billion Chinese people, many of them living at the poverty level, there would be only the old casinos available.

  20. 28:41 Where is the dealer in these games? In a private camera room or are they on the main floor where people can sit down and play?

  21. Isn’t why the limits are so high in Macau is because mainland Chinese launder their money through the casino?

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