"Yomi" is a Japanese concept used by game theorists and high-level, fighting game players. I came across it in February 2019 in a novel and it is quite hard to find information about it online. All I need is the kanji though...
closed as off-topic by Eiríkr Útlendi, istrasci, l'électeur, Aeon Akechi, ajsmart Feb 26 at 18:35
This question appears to be off-topic. The users who voted to close gave this specific reason:
- "Questions seeking resources or advice about learning Japanese are off-topic here, but you may find our list of resources for learning Japanese helpful." – Eiríkr Útlendi, istrasci, l'électeur, Aeon Akechi, ajsmart
The word you're looking for is 読み, which is an extremely basic word that means "reading". The verb itself is something you may want to learn on the first day of learning Japanese, but 読み is a conjugated form. Its "dictionary form" is 読む.
In gaming contexts, 読み also means predicting or guessing what will happen in the near future. ("Reading the opponent's mind" seems a little too specific to me because 読み can be a purely logical process. For example a recent computer chess program can do 読み better than human beings.) It's critically important in card games and board games like chess, but of course action game players have to do some 読み, too.