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    Epicurus, is this the choke you were refering to?
    It is called Kata-ha jime (Single wing choke). Good controlling technique, I like it a lot; makes uke tap out.

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    I think If you are standing up (and not planning to go to the ground) it's safer to go for katahajime. Probably because we (in aikido) tend to bend the guy a little bit on his back, which makes it much more difficult for him to struggle before giving up to the choke. It looks something like this



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    From the way he phrased the question, I think he means a choke like this one-


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fearless Ukemi
    Yes I think this is the choke he's talk about. I do it a little different but that's the general idea.

    I'm going to fight the urge to comment on the Aikido picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fearless Ukemi
    From the way he phrased the question, I think he means a choke like this one
    You're probably right. I was thinking more about the katahajime WRAB-MY-WRIST was talking about, which by the way, looks safer to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TKD Black Belt
    I'm going to fight the urge to comment on the Aikido picture.
    By all means, please comment on the picture. So far I feel the technique to be pretty effective, if there's any reason why you believe otherwise I would be most interested to know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shinshoryu
    By all means, please comment on the picture. So far I feel the technique to be pretty effective, if there's any reason why you believe otherwise I would be most interested to know.
    Have you ever tried it on a trained and resisting opponent?

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    Given better body control of uke, that is a valid choke.
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    It's a great choke... when you're on the ground and you've taken your opponent's back. I can't imagine that applying it standing is as easy as that picture implies though, but that guy has magic pants.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fearless Ukemi
    From the way he phrased the question, I think he means a choke like this one-

    This is indeed the choke I was referring to, although the Aikido one is... special... as well. I don't think I'm ... funky ... enough to pull off the aikido one though.

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