I know that’s a lot of words to describe a move, but there is a lot going on here. I play with reverse Kimuras quite a bit, and for a while I was going hard on experimenting with reverse Kimura traps from top half guard. It’s a bit trickier to control, but I still use it to setup sneaky attacks. This twisting wrist lock I profess I had totally forgotten about, and it’s pretty nasty as it’s a mix of wrist lock, kimura, and arm lock. Plus, it feeds the defender into a D’Arce or Arm Triangle if they squirm out of it.
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