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The Far Side Armbar from Side Control can be a great submission when your opponent is tired, distracted or otherwise not expecting it.
The success of this move is going to depend on the fluidity of your transition as well as your proficiency at getting switching grips quickly. Some of the main things that you need to look at while doing this move.
1. Make sure you look at this move as a transition of your knee. Everything else will fall into place. This movement can be a little overwhelming
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