The odds you calculate, considering the assumed result of betting for the remainder of the hand.
A refinement to Pot Odds which includes money not yet, but expected to be in the pot.
The ratio of total amount of money you can win if you make your hand to the amount of money you must now use to call a bet.
Odds you can gain in the future of the pot if you hit your hand.
Similar to pot odds, but including future bets one can reasonably expect to win. I only had 3-to-1 pot odds for a 5-to-1 draw, but I knew if I made it I'd get two extra bets from Jim, so I called for the implied odds.
A look beyond Pot Odds where you make assumptions of what you believe will be in the pot by the end to calculate the odds.
The mathematical relationship between the current pot and the bets you expect to win with respect to the current bet.
Implied Odds refers to the odds or percentage of making your winning hand compared to the odds or percentage of the bet you must call compared to the potential size of the pot.
Odds that do not presently exist, but may be assumed in the remainder of the hand.
Pot odds that don't quite exist yet, but that can included in your calculations because of bets you expect to win if you hit your hand.
Implied odds are similar to pot odds except the bets are not in the pot when making your decision. In calculating your odds you include bets you can expect to win if you hit your hand.
See Effective Odds.
These are the odds relative to the pot that you'll return if you hit your hand. When you calculate implied odds it means that you have no actual winning hand at the point of calculation but you are drawing to a hand. The impled odds of getting the hand are the odds of making the winner taking into account the size of the pot and likely win relative to the bet you need to make to jurify a continued draw. So you have 4 to a Flush with the Turn Card and River Card still to come. Chances of making the Flush will be circa 1 in 3. If the pot holds $10 and it'll cost you $1 to make the next call then you have correct implied odds to continue with the draw. (e.g Turn Card will cost $1 - a 1 in 6 chance of making the Flush on the Turn, against a return of $11 if you do means you have the implied odds to make the call.)
Odds you may include in your calculations but that will only become true if you hit your hand. Used when your hand is significantly more potent than usual.
Implied odds are the odds that take into account future bets. For example, if you have a 22% chance of hitting a flush on a turn, you can theoretically afford to call up to 22% of the amount of money you would expect to win at the showdown. There is no way to always know exactly how much you will be able to win on future betting rounds; this is something you have to guess on your own.
The same as pot odds (read below) except it takes into account making bets in the future. Thus, you may call a bet at the flop, but have implied odds of making bigger bets on later rounds if you hit your draw. So, if you have AK of diamonds and the flop comes two diamonds, your implied odds are what you have to call at the flop compared to how large the pot will be at the end of the hand.
Pot odds that do not exist at the moment, but may be included in your calculations because of bets you expect to win if you hit your hand. For instance, you might call with a flush draw on the turn even though the pot isn't offering you quite 4:1 odds (your chance of making the flush) because you're sure you can win a bet from your opponent on the river if you make your flush.
The amount of money you expect to win if you make your hand versus the amount of money it will cost you to continue playing.
The value you expect to win if you make your hand, divided by the cost you pay to keep playing.
The money a player can expect to win against the amount that would be lost if he or she carried on playing.
Pot odds that take into account what is probable in the future rounds of betting.
Refers to pot odds that take into consideration not only the current amount of money in the pot but how much money will be in the pot by the end of the hand.
Similar to pot odds, except that the money in the pot is not actually there yet.
The odds you are getting from the expected calls in future betting rounds.
The odds that a player factors into his calculation of pot odds to account for being called if you complete your hand
The amount you expect to win if you make your hand, divided by what it will cost you to keep playing.
Money not already in the pot but anticipated to be so
A refinement to pot odds which includes the money that is not yet in the pot, but is expected to be later. Jj
The amount of money you would expect to win if you manage to make your desired hand, compared to the cost of continuing to play.
The relationship between the current size of the pot and the bets you expect to win to your current bet.
The odds you are getting from the ratio of the money in the pot plus any expected bets to your betting amount.
The odds you are getting after the assumed result of betting for the remainder of the hand.
A player's odds, counting the extra bets they expect to make on future rounds.