defending butterfly guard pass
For the most part, I don't have much of a problem with people passing my butterfly guard, but those that are able to pass use one technique with a high degree of success.
It's a really common pass... My opponent straightens one leg out to clear the hook on one side, and then brings the knee back against the other knee, pinning my other leg to my body.
I try to manipulate the head as they're passing, but it's inevitable that they will win that battle. Ideas? I always know it's coming, yet still can't effectively defend it.
Re: defending butterfly guard pass
Not the pass in the video.
The underhook or over/under transition from the initial pass isn't so much of my concern as them trapping one of my butterfly hooks. Although, Koresh, I would like you to please elaborate on that line of thinking, as you've grappled for a couple years more than I have.
Happens gi and nogi. Not sure what DLH is, but if you mean DLR, then no, there isn't an opportunity for that.