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In this video I show yet another option from the Sneaky Choke. This is my favorite option for when people try to turn away.This does not happen initially because a good player rarely turns their back. You will find that after a couple times sinking in the Sneaky Choke, The One Arm Darce or the Crocss Collar that even good people will avoid trying to turn back in. Desperation breeds innovation. You'd be surprised what a few chokes will make someone do. The most important part of this mov
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