Pai Gow is a dominoes style game where players bet on the outcome of arranging a combination of tiles. Each player, including the dealer, is dealt a hand of tiles. Players have to beat the value of the dealer's hand and accordingly have to be strategic and calculating when choosing to challenge the dealer.
Macau is a former Portuguese colony, and an administrative region of China, which depends on gambling tourism. Casinos and shopping malls characterize the region, and today it rakes in more revenue than popular casino hubs like Las Vegas. It is the only place in China where gambling is legal, making it a top destination.