Is not so tricky to understand xdmanx, remember the long discussion about odds in this thread
. See this paragraph of the #30 post on that thread about implied odds. Itīs a little simple example:
Originally Posted by Jesus Lederer
You are on a flush draw on the turn so you need 4:1 pot odds to call. Your opponent bets offering you 3:1 pot odds. You probably think you should fold, but that can be a wrong move. Here is when implied odds acts. You have to anticipate the next betting round. If you catch your draw, maybe your opponent is going to call a bet on the river, so youīre anticipating 4:1 pot odds, which means a right call.
Did you understand?
Implied odds are all about anticipating your opponentīs move if you catch your draw.
Itīs not so hard to understand, but i still think that it would be a good idea to make an article about odds.
Anyway, i agree with you xdmanx that in poker you just have to apply the easiest and simpliest math you can, because math in poker is useful to create general ideas, not to predict exactly every move you do.