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In Brief: Macau Gaming Market Worth $3 Billion in February

Macau, currently the preferred location for nose-bleed stakes poker games,  has seen its gaming revenues rise by 22% to $3 billion during February, according to a report in the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

The special administrative region of China is host to some of the big casino operators such as Wynn and MGM resorts, who stand to continue to cash in on a thriving tourist trade in the East. 

The online poker player community is buzzing with news of soft games and high winrates in contrast to the tougher games in Las Vegas and Online.

Many are making the trip to Macau to take advantage of favourable exchange rates and a high standard of living: the former Portuguese colony has the second highest life expectancy in the world.

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