Right from the beginning 19 out of 20 techniques you learn are one-on-one reactions, the only technique you learn for multiple opponents in the beginning is called Three Hands of China. Three Hands is geared towards attacking two people who are standing to the left and right of you who are showing aggressive behavior, but have not yet attacked you.Quote:
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As you move up in the ranks, you get trained in more techniques that involve two, three, or four opponents. You also get trained in moving smoothly from one-on-one technique to one-on-one technique, thereby increasing your ability to attack opponents without getting jammed up on one person. Also, you are trained how to maneuver through groups of people in such a way that you put bodies between you and the other opponents you are fighting.
As a small example, watch this: