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  1. BKR is online now
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    Quote Originally Posted by henno View Post
    I just saw this vid from yesterdays finals of the purple 83kg class of the Abu Dhabi Pro gi featuring Aussie, Kit Dale. This guy is a beast. Only trained for about 3 years and wins just about everything he enters in Oz.

    Watching this made me think of this thread. Rather than getting in a battle of the far side underhook, he switches hips and (at least early in the fight) overhooks the near side (bottom) arm to work his knee out for the knee slide. Right through the fight he really concentrates on controlling the bottom arm and kind of takes the top arm out of the equation.

    While this isn't an underhook of the nearside arm, I think it's relevant to the thread because of the strong control of the near side arm.

    Check it out:
    That is a good example of how the gi makes a difference. You can control the near side arm much easier and more securely with a jacket than without. Much more judo-esque than no gi.

    The guy on bottom seemed to be stuck in half guard mode, even though the other guy had him shut down the entire match.

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    Jeff Glover shows a knee slice half guard pass utilizing a near-side underhook. He puts his fist on the mat by your opponent's armpit and starts his knee slice.

    As he slices, he slides his arm up to a full underhook.

    I use this pretty often. I also really like to use the standard crossface too. I usually switch to the Glover pass when the bottom guy is framing really well and i can't get the crossface.
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    Quote Originally Posted by malkmus View Post
    Jeff Glover shows a knee slice half guard pass utilizing a near-side underhook. He puts his fist on the mat by your opponent's armpit and starts his knee slice.

    As he slices, he slides his arm up to a full underhook.

    I use this pretty often. I also really like to use the standard crossface too. I usually switch to the Glover pass when the bottom guy is framing really well and i can't get the crossface.
    You have no idea how funny this is.
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    enlighten me
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    Quote Originally Posted by malkmus View Post
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    He probably learned it from my guys.
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    who are you and your guys?
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    Quote Originally Posted by malkmus View Post
    who are you and your guys?
    Me? I'm nobody. My guys? They're nobody; we SAMBO guys are known for our leg locks though, and I've known Jeff since he was 15. I'll ask him next time I see him.
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