Half Guard Submission- The Darce
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In this video I explain how to apply the Darce choke. This is a very common choke with a large variety of setups. During this instructional video I demonstrate how to enter the Darce choke when your opponent has an underhook. Most commonly this will happen when you are in Half Guard top or Side Control.
There are a couple of very important points when trying to finish the Darce choke. The first and most important thing to remember is head control. If you reference the video you will see that I
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