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  1. ojgsxr6 is offline

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    Yrkoon9's standing choke?

    Yrkoon once got someone in a standing gi choke in Judo. Does anyone know the name of the choke or have the thread where he posted it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ojgsxr6
    Yrkoon once got someone in a standing gi choke in Judo. Does anyone know the name of the choke or have the thread where he posted it?
    Could have been a modified standing arm triangle utilizing the gi.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ojgsxr6
    Yrkoon once got someone in a standing gi choke in Judo. Does anyone know the name of the choke or have the thread where he posted it?
    I know two, would you mind elaborating anymore than this?
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    From what I remember of the description, Yrkoon said he was baiting him with the uchi mata.

    I don't know if that meant he wanted the other guy to go for the uchi mata so he would turn into the choke or defend against Yrkoon's uchi mata leaving himself open for the choke.

    His post had a picture of the guy out cold on the floor, with Yrkoon with his hands up.
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    In Judo Shiai rules (or at least USJA East Coast ones) the Judges stop any standing choke attempts unless the fight is also brought to the mat at the same time or within a couple seconds of starting the choke. It ties in with the match being brought to the feet if one guy can get his hands and knees off the ground rule.

    I asked my old sensei once about choking a guy out with Gyakyu Jime and he said "Then you'd have to throw him right fast and keep the choke on while you do it" so I played a little with having it open into a sort of modified Morote Seoi Nage but it never really worked out and felt dangerous to be trying at my level.
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    Ok, I found a thread where is was mentioned with picture. But not the description of the technique. With my noobiness, I can't tell what technique is being used to choke the guy. From the pictures it does look like it was Yrkoon going for the uchi mata.

    So here's the thread with pics:
    http://www.bullshido.net/forums/show...highlight=judo
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    Quote Originally Posted by ojgsxr6
    Ok, I found a thread where is was mentioned with picture. But not the description of the technique. With my noobiness, I can't tell what technique is being used to choke the guy. From the pictures it does look like it was Yrkoon going for the uchi mata.

    So here's the thread with pics:
    http://www.bullshido.net/forums/show...highlight=judo
    Um.....no I have no idea what he did there. Why don't you PM him and ask?
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    Then if could have been Name or Gyakyu Jime because that's what we also call them in class sometimes. (If dumbasses like me can't seem to remember their Japanese)
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    [quote]
    Quote Originally Posted by KempoFist
    Could have been a modified standing arm triangle utilizing the gi.
    Quote Originally Posted by WorldWarCheese
    In Judo Shiai rules (or at least USJA East Coast ones) the Judges stop any standing choke attempts unless the fight is also brought to the mat at the same time or within a couple seconds of starting the choke.
    i've now got this vision in my head of arm triangling one's opponent, and then completely spazzing out hoping he'll fall over.

    i'm going to have to try this.
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