This is a sneaky setup from the top player, as when you attack the Kimura from top half, your opponent is usually preoccupied defending their arm and their guard. When you dive out of their half guard, they are usually caught with their pants down. This results in a quick reaction from them, which usually is a bridge and roll to try and recover top position.
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