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In this video I show a unique choke from the Turtle position. I learned this choke in Brazil from one of the head instructors at Gordo's academy (his name is Rommel, thus the choke being called the Rommel Choke). I really like this choke because it has an easy setup from behind the armpit. Very often when you try to insert the hand in front of the shoulder to get a Clock Choke, or any variant, people fight like crazy to stop that grip. When you lead behind the shoulder I find that people are much more likely to let it happen. Once you've placed that setup hand in it's time to place the finish hand. If you get a deep grip with the setup hand then the collar will be tight against the neck and can really prevent you from putting your fingers in the collar. Make sure to reference the video and see how I make space for that second hand, it's a sure way to get your 4 fingers in the collar. Now that we have our grips it's time to proceed with driving my elbow into the chest. I do no
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