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Created by daven on July 23, 2009

Definition

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.



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