Implied Odds is the amount of money a player expects to win if s/he makes completes his/her draw and makes a strong hand. For example, if you hold T♥ 9♥ on a board of A♥ K♥ 3♠ 7♣, you might call an opponent’s bet on the turn based on the implied odds of making a flush on the river and winning a large amount of your opponent’s chips.
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