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    Is there any value or risk in going to the inside vs the outside?

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    Inside is better and safer for all parties concerned. Outside you have to move laterally to the person's hips.

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    Thanks, this has been informative.

    I was thinking of drilling this move, seemed like it might a good way to lead into a leg lock. Also, you guys confirmed that it is dangerous for the guy's knee... will be careful practicing and leave the full blast attempts for competitions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoffeeFan View Post
    I would be careful with this one, as it can screw up a person's knee.
    So because of this danger is it banned at any level of competition? I assume it's legal at all levels of wrestling but what about IBBJF and other grappling rulesets?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aunshi189 View Post
    So because of this danger is it banned at any level of competition? I assume it's legal at all levels of wrestling but what about IBBJF and other grappling rulesets?
    Completely legal under IBJJF or ADCC rules.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JSK_83 View Post
    One method to finish a single leg is to just grab the leg, then if the guy has good takedown defense, trip the leg that is open (the one you're not grabbing).
    Stay the **** out of this forum idiot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JSK_83 View Post
    One method to finish a single leg is to just grab the leg, then if the guy has good takedown defense, trip the leg that is open (the one you're not grabbing).
    Your explanation is both off topic, simplistic, and does not belong in an advanced grappling discussion.

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    I try that here and actually score for my opponent.

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    The OP's description reminds me of this De La Riva sweep:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q4p0hxkq09Q

    It has the additional gi detail of pinning the near side arm to the single leg which adds to the leverage and reduces the top guys base, but it's essentially a single leg where you spin to the inside.

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