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    Choke from a chair

    Hey. My brother was choked out by a sleeper hold. He was sitting in a chair, when someone came up from behind and wrapped his arm around his neck so that his forearm was choking him. Since he was in the chair, he couldnt really do anything. What would you suggest?

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    Kick the ass of the person who should've been watching his back.
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    Hit the ejection button and the guy will probably let go due to surprise.

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    It was in school, and the attack was out of the blue, absolutly no warning. Plus the guy didnt have a grdge against him. My bro had no enemies, it was just cause the other guy thought it would be funny to choke someone out.

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    Most chairs i know of do not have ejection buttons

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    Move off to the side of the chair. Seoi Nage the guy choking me. If Seoi is not availible, step behind with one leg and Tani Otoshi to cross side.

    Either way, remove the attacker from the neck, and then apply generous doses of chair-fu to his cranium.

    In both cases it would be extremely important that the attacker be convinced that he had chosen the wrong course of action and punished accordingly. In fact, punished so badly that he never thinks of trying to sneak choke anyone ever again. I would feel it my civic duty to give such negative reinforcement to the very thought that he gets the shakes just thinking about choking anyone again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AikidoDeadlines
    It was in school, and the attack was out of the blue, absolutly no warning. Plus the guy didnt have a grdge against him. My bro had no enemies, it was just cause the other guy thought it would be funny to choke someone out.
    Didn't your brother have a pencil he could have stabbed the guy with?
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    Also, brothers credit, after he woke up he beat the crap out of the guy (he hit him with the chair, and then threw him though a wall. Admittedly it was a cheap wall, but thats still pretty impressive). Yrkoon9 thanx for the post, but i dont know the teminology ur using (seoi nage and tani otoshi). The biggest problem is just getting up from the chair. JUst now me and my brother were practicing to see what we could do, and I was able to get him off me by skooting my butt to the side so it was off the chair and then dropping my body weight. I think this might be a good solution.

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    Hey wait a minute. Is seio nage called Koshi nage in Aikido? Its a hip throw where the other guy "seesaws" over you.

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    Seio nage is a shoulder throw.
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