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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega
    Is there another position you can get this in?
    Basically anywhere you can hit a brabo/d'arce or an anaconda. Works well to chain the three together in fact.

    My first exposure to a ten-fingered was off of double underhooking a guy's leg to work a pass.

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    Tried it tonight... Couldn't get it to work. Managed to eventually transistion to a one arm in guillotine choke to get the tap. He said it was uncomfortable but wouldn't ever get the tap (the peruvian neck tie) I assume I must have applied it wrong but not sure how...

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    One of the biggest things is making sure you're turned out far enough after sitting back. The leg that comes up onto their back you really want perpendicular to their spine. That makes a huge difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UpaLumpa
    One of the biggest things is making sure you're turned out far enough after sitting back. The leg that comes up onto their back you really want perpendicular to their spine. That makes a huge difference.
    Hmm I think I needed better control with my legs, they were a bit all over the place.

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    Think about it like you were working a kimura from the guard. Ultimately you wan to pivot and have the arm side leg perpindicular to their spine while you're almost completley sideways to them.

    Same thing.

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    Nice vid - Thanks

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    i had a hard time getting this one, too. i think i have to dig my short little arms deeper to get that chin under my forearm before i roll back. i nearly tapped a purple last night with this. he said it was uncomfortable but my arm wasnt deep enough to choke him. i want to make this move mine. it's so flippin sweet.

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    I'm not familiar with this move.

    It looks like a choke.

    Is that a correct assumption, or is it more of a neck crank?

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    It is a strangle, yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UpaLumpa
    Think about it like you were working a kimura from the guard. Ultimately you wan to pivot and have the arm side leg perpindicular to their spine while you're almost completley sideways to them.

    Same thing.
    Thanks for the help... got a very expierenced grappler at my club with this tonight. It was much tighter and came on really quick.

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