Half Guard Submission Straight Armbar
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Out of the three moves that I have shown from this position this is the lowest percentage. Not because it is a bad technique, but more so because it easily defended. The good news is when your opponent bends their arm it's often right back into that Kimura from the previous video and you can use this move as a threat to set up the pass or the Kimura.
The trickiest thing about this move is the hip placement and the faith you are placing in squeezing your thighs together. You can probably se
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