Pfft...rip their big ole foot off. So I havent seen any gimmicky moves in here, so here ya go: If your right arm is trapped betwixt his legs reach under and around his right leg keeping your wrist tight to the bend in his hip. Gable grip your hands together and walk towards his head while you drop your hips to the floor and squeezer with your hands.
Originally Posted by UpaLumpa
Now with the gimicky part over, this is useful to actually transition to a kneebar when their legs pop open.
inverted, not reverse. reverse is from the back. inverted is facing the feet.
Originally Posted by MrBadGuy
Cradle > Stack > Shin to jaw/throat.
Chin to balls might also make them reconsider.
It's competely fair to fight dirty if they're wasting effort on a lost cause. It's like hanging onto a guillotine when their guard has already been passed.
I would actually prefer to try circling slightly towards the legs and popping the head out using the free hand on their hooking leg, the far one from you, before they lock it in properly but that's because:
1) I'm fighitng fellow Judoka so the chances of them finishing it are lower than of BJJ guys finishing it anyway so I can chance this
2) I'm fighitng Judoka who aren't that experienced (Max 4 years)
3) The sole reason that I perform this move is to get people to circle towards my head so I can try and get some of their weight on me then bridge and roll them over
And besides which I would still use the other escapes listed above if that failed or if I didn't initiate it early enough anyway.
Quit BJJ and take up Aikido. You are a disgrace to top games. :p
Originally Posted by Sarcastro