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In this video I show a pass from the Catcher Position. This is a fairly uncommon position during tournaments because it requires you to break contact from your opponent and also have enough space to squat outside their Guard. This is uncommon because in the rules it says you cant pull Guard without first making contact. If you are in an event or tournament where someone can butt flop or sit guard without contact this can be a great move and you can use it frequently. In normal IBJJF tournaments this is a great option if you break contact and must re-engage your opponent. I really like this pass and the others from that Catchers Position because it avoids a lot of the common trending moves in BJJ competitions right now, mainly the De La Riva sweeps and their variants. If you're afraid that your opponent is going to get under you or set up one of these types of guards I highly recommend this. The fact that your heels are close to your bottom and your knees are bowed out is a r
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