re: Poker & What is tight?
I used to be TAP (tight and Passive), thinking I was TAG, but I never got that aggressive part down until this spring. So you may think your TAG, but are you really?
With a new found actual aggression, and all the things it teaches you may find, as I did, that it is the aggression that counts, along with position, and it allows you, again, as it did me, to loosen up a bit, or even quite a bit at times.
Probably the most important thing this has taught me is to NOT label myself, that is something others do. There are times when Tight is right, and loose is a loss, but the opposite occurs as well.
TAG wouldn't stand a chance in hell over a lengthy tourney unless you changed gears. So, since I believe I have a fair grasp on TAG, perhaps its time to explore LAG.
But you'll notice that in both those predominant lables its the ag that is important.