The Y-Choke is a move I came up with over a decade ago, maybe even 2 decades ago. I have never seen it taught anywhere else even to this day, so it’s another one of my home brew techniques that I have used over the years.
Like many moves, sometimes it falls out of style for me and I forget about using it, especially since I’m busy using the Kimura all the time, lol! But this is a good one, and can work well in combination with our rolling sweep.
The choke itself is strong, but their can be a legality issue in competition depending on the ruleset, which is why I showed a “safer” variant as well.
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