You can think of implied odds as an extension of pot odds. While pot odds are considered our direct and immediate odds when calling a bet, implied odds are our indirect odds. Implied odds state that we can call a bet now, even if we aren’t getting good direct pot odds if we expect to make up for it on later streets (turn or river) of betting if we hit our draw. What this means is that we can call a bet now, getting bad direct pot odds with a drawing hand, if we expect our opponent to pay us off nicely when we hit our draw.
Using our implied odds calculator, you can quickly estimate your implied odds.
Implied Odds Winnings Requirement:
This calculator tells you how much you need to win, at minimum, from villain by the end of the hand to make this implied odds call profitable.