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In this video I show a new choke that I've been working on (new to me). I've never really seen anything like this and it can be really sneaky against people that have never seen it as one of the grips that does the choking is placed behind the tricep. I have used a couple of different setups for this move, but in the video I show a very easy setup that I've had a lot of success with. You will find this a lot easier against people that go to Turtle position and try to rest (which you should not do). As you get better with this submission and getting your hands into the right place quickly your opponent's will not have to go to Tutrle to rest, but rather just belly down (which happens a good bit as people want to avoid showing their back yet avoid the guard pass as well). The most underplayed part of this submission is the "trumpet hand". That is the hand that grabs the lapel by the pectoral muscle. This grip will get insanely tight once you punch it towards their hips and then b
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