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    Super Tight Ankle Lock Against Reverse De La Riva - Jason Scully

    In this video my training partner Chris Ulbricht shows a very very tight ankle lock that is very affective against people who like to play the Reverse De La Riva guard.

    The ways it’s set up is easy and will catch a lot of players off guard. And the pressure at the end is very strong.



    Hope you enjoy,
    Jason Scully

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    One detail that isnt mentioned but you can see in the video is knee placement. You show spreading the knees for the finish but if the guy has WAY longer legs than you there will be problems, so if you keep your own knees in line(on the same plane) with theirs and spread and drive forward there will be no problems with finishing someone with long legs
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    Interesting. I usually use the Estima Lock in this situation and step over if I need more torque. I'll have to give this a try. I always figure there was an ankle lock here, but I never could figure it out without reaping the knee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plasma View Post
    Interesting. I usually use the Estima Lock in this situation and step over if I need more torque. I'll have to give this a try. I always figure there was an ankle lock here, but I never could figure it out without reaping the knee.
    Estima lock works very well from here too...giving you can get their foot in the proper position and/or if their foot is in the proper attacking position. This one is good if they aren't really actually placing their foot on your hip as well as some people play RDLR with a loose outside leg as well.

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