The odds offered by the amount of money in the pot compared to the amount you must call to continue. Pot odds are extremely important for measuring whether it is profitable or not to continue playing a hand.
The ratio between the amount a poker player must call to remain in the hand compared to the amount currently in the pot. For example, if a poker player must call $5 to stay in the hand and there is $30 currently in the pot, the pot odds on offer are 6/1 (expressed verbally as "six to one").
The amount of money in the pot divided by the amount of money you must bet in order to call.
Making a decision about whether to call a bet based on the amount of the bet and the size of the pot.