When people mention the word "Vegas" many things come to mind, such as sin, gambling and money, Jim Cramer said on his

"RealMoney" radio show Thursday.

But that's not the only place to make money -- there's also Macau, located on the east coast of China, he said.

But, for the first time since Macau has become such an invested area for U.S. gambling companies, Cramer said he is worried.

Galaxy Entertainment,

which owns 19% of the market, recently said in a call that Macau visitors don't care about luxury and square footage; all they are concerned with is gambling, he said.

Cramer wants market players to "be cautious" of

Wynn

(WYNN) - Get Report

and

Las Vegas Sands

(LVS) - Get Report

, the two main players in this field.

He said he would take a little Las Vegas Sands, which is up 100% year over year, off the table and sell Wynn.

Although the gambling space is "really bad,"

International Game Technology

(IGT) - Get Report

, which Cramer owns for his charitable trust

Action Alerts PLUS, is a good way to play the sector.

The stock, which hit its 52-week high on Wednesday, is levered to new casinos being built, he said.

Every week readers of

TheStreet.com

vote on the stock they most want Cramer to talk about. This week's "Cramer on Demand" stock was

Yum! Brands

(YUM) - Get Report

.

Yum! Brands, which has "long been a favorite on this show," has franchises, such as Pizza Hut and Kentucky Fried Chicken, which are not just popular in America but also in Europe and Asia, Cramer said.

"Yum! Has been the greatest growth story with KFC in China, along with

Starbucks

(SBUX) - Get Report

," he said.

Cramer called it a cheap stock and gave it "two thumbs way up."

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At the time of publication, Cramer was long International Game Technology.

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