The heart of a casino is the table game. In Las Vegas that means bettors hoping for blackjack, taking a roll at craps, or trying their hand at poker. But in Macau, the world's largest gaming market, baccarat is the game of choice.
That makes comparing gaming operators on the basis of their table games very easy. The games are largely the same; all that changes is the player and the betting amount.
So who is getting the most out of their tables in Macau? Below is the table game win per unit, per day. If only we could all have a table that generated that much cash.
|City of Dreams||$18,991||$10,257||85.2%|
The fourth U.S.-traded big operator in Macau, MGM Resorts
As astounding as the numbers are in Singapore, if Las Vegas Sands
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Once Sands Cotai Central opens, we'll see how the added rooms affect play at the adjacent Venetian Macau and City of Dreams resorts. The development isn't as high-end as Wynn's resorts, so we may see more mass table play, but if both casinos are able to increase take per table, their stocks could continue their current string of good luck.
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