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In this video I show a really great choke. I enjoy this choke because it's easy to get, it's good against skilled opponents and, most importantly, when it goes poorly it leaves you in a dominate position. One of the most important aspects of this choke is in the wrist orientation. Make sure to watch the video to see how I turn my wrist to get a good choke. It is also important that your partner has body angle. This is the reason that this move is good against trained opponents. If your opponent stays flat on his/her back then you will have to use another technique. Make sure to reference the video as I talk about these two things in depth and include how to curl your calf into the back of the head.
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