Weak-tight describes tight-passive play. A player who plays weak-tight may be a rock in extreme cases, but is generally referred to as a nit. His play is characterised by a careful, almost nervous style, avoiding big pots and risks and preferring to only give it some gas with the nuts. He is only a little bit aggressive himself and conversely, can easily be pushed out of a hand with aggression.

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Rock, Nit