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In this video I show a sneaky no arm Triangle. I stress that this is not a "go to move" because when it goes bad you're basically going to be stuck in Side Control bottom. With that being said, it can be a great last ditch effort against someone who likes to pass low even when you have a collar grip. I typically like to do this to when my opponent baits the Triangle to get the pass. I am by no means a Triangle expert, but having long legs and being in the "big man" division I get a lot of people that try to offer up the Triangle to get my legs open. To be clear, I am not an advocate of offering my opponent the opportunity to Triangle me to break the legs open. When I do have the opportunity to go for a Triangle I prefer to do it with my thumb in the collar. Not only does it offer up this "no arm Triangle" but it also is a great way to keep their posture broken while I make the transition. While watching this video I mention "allowing them to pull the arm out". Whereas that i
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