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A nit is a term that refers to someone who plays a very narrow (or tight) selection of hands and is very unlikely to place or call bets without a high level of confidence that they are ahead in the hand.

Example: Red is such a nit, the regulars walk all over him. Bet and he folds, raise and he folds. If he ever bets or calls it's time to disappear.

Created by daven on 23 Jul, 2009
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