The wizardofmacau dotcom website has Macau's current craps conditions circa 2009. I wonder if anyone knows of a current source of such info. Thanks.
MGM have only one craps table now, and Wynn seems to have removed the one they had.
MGM have min 100HKD bet (200 in weekends)
Each of the Sands China properties has a table.
Was in Macau 1 night on Monday. Pretty slow, felt like Vegas the week before x-mas. Didn't make it through Venetian or Parisian, but wandered through City of Dreams, Wynn Palace and Himalaya Casino (also a Sands property, across the street from the Venetian).
Observations: Seems like all the casino I went through were smoke free with smoke rooms nearby.
More than half of the people standing on the rail were not betting.
City of Dreams: 1 craps table, minimum $100HKD, 5x odds
Himalaya Casino: 1 craps table, $200min. Unsure of odds.
Wynn Palace: Didn't find a craps table, although wasn't looking.
I think I saw a craps machine in every casino min line bet is $50HKD, 5x odds.
My play: Not a high roller by any means. Did double my money ~$2000 HKD, half on the machine and half on live craps.
Been in Macau and never enjoyed playing their. They are very serious like its a world war 3. Game rooms don't have the feeling of a Vegas style atmosphere.