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  1. Omega Supreme is offline

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
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    Maybe this is old hat for some of the experienced grapplers here. I don't know. I'm certainly no ace grappler, but I do pay attention and I don't think I've ever seen this particular kneebar technique before.

    It's a sneaky looking kneebar from half guard and it's evidently this guy's trademark. Maybe I'm just easy to impress but it blew me away.
    Yeah, we call this the scorpion kneebar. I use it to set up the deep half a lot.
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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
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    Maybe this is old hat for some of the experienced grapplers here. I don't know. I'm certainly no ace grappler, but I do pay attention and I don't think I've ever seen this particular kneebar technique before.

    It's a sneaky looking kneebar from half guard and it's evidently this guy's trademark. Maybe I'm just easy to impress but it blew me away.
    I've done that in Judo...yeah, I know, it's not legal to lower body subs in Judo, but I've done it to help escape from Tate Shiho Gatame when the guy on top has both legs grapevined...it's a sneaky way to do it but it works sometimes.
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    When I use this from top, which is all I have so far though I will try this next session from bottom, I hit it from a an over under pass. As I'm trying to step my inside legover finish, the opponent commonly follows with his near leg so you can't pass. Once he hooks your leg, sprawl out as you cross your legs under his and hip into the mat.
    If he turns his knee out, now you can slide through to pass.

    I hit it yesterday from top by trying some new leg lock I saw recently. It failed and the sprawl knee bar was right there. Ill look for the link, but it's the once where the sambo guy and bjj guy from Phuket top team exchange two leg locks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jnp View Post
    I have stumpy legs and find that, when on top, I can easily get too low to maintain proper control of their upper body because I have to lower myself on their leg to effectively cross my ankles behind their ankle.
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    Ronnie has been told by people that they think it is his stocky build that allows him to finish the attack. When on bottom he is getting completely under you. His forehead to your hips in deep half. The longer the torso/legs the more that has to fit under your opponent.
    Hmm. Then I am forced to conclude that my techniques sucks when using this move.

    I have an easier time finishing this move from the bottom than the top though. Do you know if Ronnie has a preference?
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