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    Quote Originally Posted by It is Fake View Post
    Ask a question if you don't understand the stance. Those pictures are all Modern Wushu, imo, and can't be used as any type of refference.

    Half the problem with the OP and Kovacs is they, and now you, are using Modern Wushu as a type of base to draw a conclusion about a stance or technique. Oh and a video-game that is supposed to look flashy.
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    If it's the low stance used at 1:36 and 1:48 in keyoz's bagua video I think I understand.

    If not enlighten me as usual.:sign12:

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    Your pictures are all static stances. It is not used as a static stance or a guard or fighting position. That's what Omega is driving at IMO.
    Look at the video and tell me were the demonstrator starts?
    Is he already in the "Phoenix Stance?"

    That's why I culled Kovacs posts you aren't walkign aorund in the video game stance waiting for a strike.
    We don't call this the phoenix stance but it's used as an evasion baiting pose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by It is Fake View Post
    Your pictures are all static stances. It is not used as a static stance or a guard or fighting position. That's what Omega is driving at IMO.
    Look at the video and tell me were the demonstrator starts?
    Is he already in the "Phoenix Stance?"

    That's why I culled Kovacs posts you aren't walkign aorund in the video game stance waiting for a strike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by It is Fake View Post
    Ask a question if you don't understand the stance. Those pictures are all Modern Wushu, imo, and can't be used as any type of refference.

    Half the problem with the OP and Kovacs is they, and now you, are using Modern Wushu as a type of base to draw a conclusion about a stance or technique. Oh and a video-game that is supposed to look flashy.

    "OP" is referring to me, right? Where did I make any wrong assumptions or base anything off of the video game? I said, "Ordinarily I would not care of the reality of a video game move except that I have seen it elsewhere." I have played Tekken for years without thinking anything of Ling's moves until I saw this one used in rl. The whole purpose of the thread is to confirm the reality of the move and give it a name. I am also curious as to it's purpose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lonestar View Post
    "OP" is referring to me, right? Where did I make any wrong assumptions or base anything off of the video game?
    Half the problem with the OP and Kovacs is they, and now you, are using Modern Wushu as a type of base to draw a conclusion about a stance or technique. Oh and a video-game that is supposed to look flashy.
    Your examples, which use wushu and a flashy videogame, caused two posters to misinterpret your question. Yes, that is half the problem with this thread.
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    I'm no expert on Bagua or Mandarin(?) but if your looking for a name than the technique in the vid I posted is named “jin bu chuan zhang”. As far as I understand it the words "jin bu" describe the overall body movement while "chuan zhang" describe the hand movement. The keyword here is "bu" - a step, so its not a static stance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keyoz View Post
    I'm no expert on Bagua or Mandarin(?) but if your looking for a name than the technique in the vid I posted is named “jin bu chuan zhang”. As far as I understand it the words "jin bu" describe the overall body movement while "chuan zhang" describe the hand movement. The keyword here is "bu" - a step, so its not a static stance.
    You fail at reading comprehension.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega View Post
    You fail at reading comprehension.
    Thanks Omega, but I'll pass on that bait.

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    It's not a bait. You fail on the reading comprehension.

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