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  1. Tomas Drgon is offline

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    reverse omoplata into kesa gatame

    Competition footage of Marc Huizinga 2007.
    http://www.tatamitontonkimono.com/ca...e-1127334.html

    Scroll down to first video.

    This is good judo. The technique may fail, but you have to keep attacking as there's no time to settle down and set things up at your leisure......failed uchimata into failed sankaku jime into failed ushiro sankaku garami into ushiro kuzure kesa gatame. And yes ushiro sankaku garami is the pheared reverse omoplata...:)



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    Posted On:
    12/23/2007 5:17pm


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    That was an awesome transition of techniques. However, I am very suprised that the French Player let Huizinga get away with all that without trying to escape.

    Train Hard, Stay Safe,
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  3. ONE TWO THREE FOUR FIVE is offline
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    Posted On:
    12/23/2007 5:33pm


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    It appears on page four of the videos for me.

    Very bad-ass otherwise, I was slightly surprised the ref didn't stop it but then the guy was clearly making progress so he shouldn't have, always nice to see a ref stick to the rules and not simply curtail groundwork on the spot.
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    12/23/2007 6:20pm


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    It depends on the Referee, but If you show progress as he was they won't stand you up. Definitely a welcomed aspect to the Newaza fans out there.

    Train Hard, Stay Safe,
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