Just got back from a two-day Macau trip. Third trip out there, the first being in 2009. Stayed at the JW Marriott at Galaxy Mon-Tues. Took the 1 hour ferry ride from Hong Kong. I'm primarily a Craps guy, with some BJ / Roulette in-between and make a trip out to Vegas once a month (I'm in LA). Was surprised to come across the amount of Craps tables I saw in Cotai given what I was reading online and past experiences as Macau is probably 95%+ Baccarat and Sic Bo. I didn't hit up City of Dreams since I stayed there many years ago around the time it opened. Also went with the GF this time as well so gambling time was more limited than usual as we spent a fair amount of time at the Galaxy Pools and went around to eat. All the dealers I came across could understand English pretty well (with the exception at L'Arc) Western Style Games I came across: (For reference, $100 HKD is $12.75 USD) Galaxy: Craps $100HKD min. I believe it was 5x odds all around. There were no fire bets, repeater bets, or make em all bets in Macau. Blackjack was $800HKD min. Dealers here were pretty friendly and well however on occasion took some time to figure out the Craps payouts and were confused half the time when I wanted to press my bets. Place had 100+ tables but probably only 20% were in use. Craps table was closed when I came back at 10AM on Tuesday. Plaza: Saw one craps table, but it was not in use. Most games here were pretty high limit - $500HKD for roulette and $800HKD for blackjack. Casino was really small and quiet and I left after a few spins at the roulette wheel. I came across this casino by chance on the way to the Parisian - it's hidden away in downstairs in some passageway. Also owned by Sands and had a mix of Sands Cotai and Venetian chips in play. Probably only 20 or so tables with half of them in use. Parisian: Craps $200HKD min. Place was gorgeous, and the dealers were pretty competent as well. Threw some dice for around 30 min. This place is also owned by Sands and they didn't seem to have their own chips - it was a mix of Sands Cotai and Venetian chips. Didn't get a chance to look at any other games. The casino floor was pretty massive but most tables were closed on Monday night. MGM Cotai: Craps $200HKD min. The craps table here was one of the strangest and worst I've played on. There was some weird padding under the felt that made the dice bounce in ridiculous ways, almost like you were throwing dice on a trampoline. I left after 15 min - table was cold. BJ was $800 HKD. Himalaya Gaming: I had read that this casino had craps and the limits were low, but I walked through and no Craps. There was a blackjack table going on for $400HKD, other than that the place was packed full of Sic Bo and Baccarat tables. Casino floor itself was pretty generic with nothing spectacular to note, however I'd say this casino seemed to have the most tables in play on a Monday night, more than Parisian, MGM or Studio City. Studio City: Craps $100 HKD min. Dealers here were probably the most experienced at Craps I came across at Cotai. Unfortunately there was an obnoxious spectator who did not understand Craps etiquette and kept yelling "was that a seven!?" after every roll so I left after 20 min. L'arc: Came here looking for a Craps table on the way to the ferry station since it was mentioned online however it was all Asian games at this time. Place probably lost a lot of business to the new Cotai casinos. Ended up playing some Sic-Bo .. limits were $100HKD. Food: GF took me to this "old" section of Cotai which was filled with restaurants and souvenir shops.. about a 20 minute walk from Galaxy. Had some pretty good Portuguese/Macau food and came back to this area the next day for breakfast too. Had lunch at "The 8 Restaurant" at the Grand Lisboa - probably the cheapest 3 start Michelin meal you can possibly get. Came out to only $100 for two, however we weren't super hungry so we just ordered some smaller dishes. Pics Attached Note: I think taking pictures inside the Casinos in Macau is "frowned upon" so I only got a few shots. Security here is more uptight than Vegas and you have to go threw a metal detector every time and they look in our bag. There are also a ton of suits walking around. I tried to add pics as thumbnail but keep getting an error thinking it's spam so the attachments will have to do for now..