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  1. JudOWNED is offline
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    北斗十字固拳

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    I haven't randori'd against someone doing the bent over stiff arm (because I randori other Judoka), but it seems ripe for a sasae. For people who have tried it, how did it work?
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    Sasae Tsurikomi Ashi is gold against bent-over stiff-armers. You almost don't even need to get them stepping to hit it.
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    Cool. That's what I suspected.
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    umm, I also love to pull for a wizzer and switch to a Vertickha which is an arm-spin under throw. There's a Jap name for it but it escapes me. Its also called a 2on1 spoke.

    Hell, Ryno you train with Aaron Fields you know what I speak of eh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JudOWNED
    I haven't randori'd against someone doing the bent over stiff arm (because I randori other Judoka), but it seems ripe for a sasae. For people who have tried it, how did it work?
    I'm a fan of sude and sumi gaeshi against bent-over stiff-armers

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    Quote Originally Posted by JudOWNED
    I haven't randori'd against someone doing the bent over stiff arm (because I randori other Judoka), but it seems ripe for a sasae. For people who have tried it, how did it work?
    You didn't do judo as a kid then?
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    Quote Originally Posted by datdamnmachine
    Well, this guy here has a point. It's the same with Judo's standing game as opposed to BJJ's standing game; transitions.

    I've gone against Judo guys standing and their throwing transitions were absolutely brutal were as their ground transitions weren't anywhere near that level. The same with BJJ players; their ground transitions were awesome but standing up was almost horrible to watch (i.e. me as my Judo sucks compared to my BJJ).
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    Quote Originally Posted by theotherserge
    umm, I also love to pull for a wizzer and switch to a Vertickha which is an arm-spin under throw. There's a Jap name for it but it escapes me. Its also called a 2on1 spoke.

    Hell, Ryno you train with Aaron Fields you know what I speak of eh?
    Yep. At our club we sometimes refer to it as a "Duck Under", but many guys, myself included, just call it "Money". I hit a ton of variations on this kind of throw.

    From ouside off the back of his elbow with a two on one. Inside with overwrap, shoot second arm under like going for a seioe.(personal favorite.) Straight Over/Under Lateral Drop. Etc., Etc. Being a bigger guy, this throw is almost unstoppable if I get an overwrap on my opponent.

    On top of that, after landing it, you land straight in side control and he has almost no way to quickly turn into you. And it works great no-gi.
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    oh Lordy its beeeutiful no-gi!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kultist
    You didn't do judo as a kid then?
    No. But I haven't seen our kids do that often either.
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