Interesting takes, but to make assumptions on a title (Ram) is, while perhaps normal, a good recipe to form an opinion which may have nothing to do with the object in question. Math is good to understand in poker, and while the basics are necessary, more advanced concepts are used by many players, so "enough" is going to be a variable term.
However, so far I think there is a lot to what Stu and PO said. I am enjoying it, and since I have read quite a few books so far - not an enormous amount but among others HOH series, SnG Strategy, Kill Phil, Super series, PTS 1+2, WPT one hand at a time, Poker Tournament theory for advances players, Elements of Poker (Great read), Ace on the river, Theory of poker blöah blah (yep, a few more as well). And some of these multiple times. There are some I named which I can take or leave, although all had something in there that made me glad I took the time. If I am made to look at any part of my game in a way I had not previously done, even if it is just to determine "Nah, that dont fly for me", then I think it is time not wasted. I have read a few books where I felt cheated out of my time. Now I can usually tell soon if I want to get past the first chapter or not. I sadly bought a bunch of books in my beginnings that are just recycled ideas you get in all books. But its all part of the learning process.
Anyway, there are some incredibly basic ideas presented in an incredibly complicated manor, but some quite advanced ways of thinking presented in an easy to digest fashion ("easy" being flexible here, but not rocket science by any means). The equations are a feast for math geeks, and if you skip the fractions and "P< A/B if X2*1/2Y balh blah", and get on to what the meaning is, there is a lot of decent stuff.
I guess I am just in a wordy way saying I agree to Stus last sentence. I like to find new ways of looking at old concepts, if it means I know even one tiny bit more than before, and if it means I can approach something in a new way, even if I only discard the approach.
The old no stone unturned thing I guess.......