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Hi Everyone,

It has been great playing Baccarat in Macau, holidays in Hong Kong and China with my family in May this year!

NOR is definitely the only way to win Baccarat in Macau. I think with the wide selection of baccarat tables, NOR is definitely at advantage in Macau than Malaysia or Singapore.

I played only Baccarat at Venetian (Sands group, USA), Galaxy (1st or 2nd largest, Hong Kong owned), City of Dreams (Macau owned), MGM, Sands, Wynn, Grand Lisboa (Macau owned)... Whereas, my sisters liked Sic Bo for a week in Macau. (BTW, can anyone provide winning approach for Sic Bo?) These casinos and hotels are really huge and real nice with best decorations.

First day to Grand Lisboa Casino, I got lucky and won US$1,000 on lucky draw for new member!

Can anyone please share on the best casino to win with NOR in Macau?

Do we have anyone playing NOR in Macau?

I love the wide selection of Chinese restaurants from Hong Kong, Taiwan, Mainland China and native Macau there.

We went Disneyland, Oceans Park, the Peak (highest hill overseeing the city), Repulse Bay (real nice beach with mountains backgrounds), etc in Hong Kong. Visited Shenzhen (border city across Hong Kong), ZhuHai (border city across Macau) and visited my relatives in Guangdong, China.

I am planning to go Macau again in Dec this year.

JohnMalaysia

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John,

Back when I was still working, I got to stay in Hong Kong every month and loved every minute of it.

Taking the JetBoat over to Macau and back was always a treat as well as the casinos!

My time in Hong Kong ended just as the Venetian was in the process of opening so I never got the chance to play there.

Enjoy Hong Kong and I wish I could make it back there every year.

AD

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John,

Back when I was still working, I got to stay in Hong Kong every month and loved every minute of it.

Taking the JetBoat over to Macau and back was always a treat as well as the casinos!

My time in Hong Kong ended just as the Venetian was in the process of opening so I never got the chance to play there.

Enjoy Hong Kong and I wish I could make it back there every year.

AD

Hi AD,

It is interesting your experience in Hong Kong which surprisingly been elected as the Most Lively City to live in the world this as reported in the newspapers lately over here.

I love Hong Kong very much as I used to work there during 1996 for a year. As you probably know, Chinese cities like Hong Kong, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Macau are quite peaceful, low crime, modern, friendly, cultural, fun, lively, etc. You can basically walk at late nights without worrying about being robbed... Hong Kong has the best Chinese food in the world!

By the way, Taiwan has just voted to allow casinos but they would be ready may be in 4/5 years time as reported on the Chinese newspapers here last week. Japan is thinking about allowing casino to attract tourism, too.

There are also casinos at Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam, where I had been since I was working there for 2 years. I also like some thirty casinos at border town, Poi Pet, Cambodia, which they called little Las Vegas. We stayed at the 5 star Palace Hotel Poi Pet free room and foods for rolling chips!

I hope you and some other BTC members can come over Singapore and Malaysia and we can go over Macau to win the Macau Baccarat Ten Million Dollars Competition in Dec this year, the grand prize is Hong Kong ten millions (HK$10,000,000.00 or US$1,289,560 as per google currency converter)!

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John,

Back when I was still working, I got to stay in Hong Kong every month and loved every minute of it.

Taking the JetBoat over to Macau and back was always a treat as well as the casinos!

My time in Hong Kong ended just as the Venetian was in the process of opening so I never got the chance to play there.

Enjoy Hong Kong and I wish I could make it back there every year.

AD

Like AD, I played In Macau many times back when one Ho had all the table actions, and the other side of the Ho family worked primarily as " elevator attendants"

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And yes, I also looked forward to the boat ride...

Have not played there since, but would like to see all the Casinos built last 10 years for a comparison to Vegas.

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