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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle Th3 D3adly
    Its an ankle lock on his left ankle depending on how deep his triangle is it can be a slicer, it can put pressure on the knee too. I've messed around with it before and feel like an injury waiting to happen (imo).

    Any submission can be an injury waiting to happen without proper control. this one much less than some others though because it does not put twisting pressure on the knee or ankle....


    UNLESS I CAN SOMEHOW GRAB HIS TRAPPED HEEL WITH A FREE HAND AND TWIST IT!
    Not sure if this is phsyically possible or not, but I'm going to try it and see if it can help. Could be real useful against an opponent refusing to tap if it does somehow work.

    thanks :new_infin
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    Quote Originally Posted by Odacon
    Excellent video. Also, you have blue hair.
    Nice thought.



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    He screams like a little girl as the pain ripples through his arm, shoots up into his brain, and now your dick is hard.



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    I find the video very interesting. I like the way it is done seems fairly simple to use.

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    I like the Russian 2-on-1 to triangle. Going to play with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aesopian
    I like the Russian 2-on-1 to triangle. Going to play with that.

    Yeah, the principle behind that triangle is one of the easiest ways I've found to consistantly lock and finish flying triangles. it naturally locks real tight with almost no adjustment. I have a few set-ups for that I like better then the 2 on 1, but then again I'm not very good from the 2 on 1 in general. Anyway for some reason that's the only one they put in the vid. my favorite should be coming soon, and I'll make another thread for it. let me know if you come up with any details I might work better for you.
    Last edited by M-Tri; 9/11/2008 7:08pm at .
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    I tried this response to the triangle last night. What I find is their figure four pops open long before I had the chance to get my leg over. Also, a stumpy legged person triangling me is not in so much danger of this, since my thigh can't reach their legs. But I'm long in the body, so that might just be me. Good thought though.
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    He screams like a little girl as the pain ripples through his arm, shoots up into his brain, and now your dick is hard.



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    Like it alot, Gonna try!

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    Nice, going to play with that flying triangle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoffeeFan
    Nice, going to play with that flying triangle.
    You need to be shot...


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    If you want the techniques rated you should seperate them.

    Your defense rating gets an 8 it'll take awhile for beginners to get these mechanics down. The flying triangle, amongst other flying techniques get a 4. Novel but not too effective. Definitely some bragging rights when you pop it on and fun to do. Not for everybody though and too complicated to put in your main arsenal as a go to maneuver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabetuno
    I tried this response to the triangle last night. What I find is their figure four pops open long before I had the chance to get my leg over. Also, a stumpy legged person triangling me is not in so much danger of this, since my thigh can't reach their legs. But I'm long in the body, so that might just be me. Good thought though.
    This happens a lot when you try this technique on shorter limbed people that have trouble holding a triangle in the first place, but usually the grip doesn't break until I get my leg over. If that happened to me I'd throw your leg over anyway or slide my knee through and pass... after all you are out of the triangle.

    Try drilling this technique on someone lankier that's good at Triangle Chokes. The submission actually tends to work best on the people that hit triangles a lot.
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