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In this video I show the next move in the Sneaky Choke series. This has really turned into a great position for me and I get a lot of good taps. How I finish really depends on their reaction to having my hand in the collar. If your opponent starts to try and take their back to the floor, either before you can finish the choke, or as a defense to the One Arm Darce (watch that video for reference) then I like to hit the cross collar. You'll notice that my knee placement, my head placement,
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