Continuing our guillotine attack, we explored what I like to call the Guillotine Trap. This is when you have top side position, and the opponent goes for the under hook escape to stand up or reverse position. This can expose their neck and let you attack a guillotine, and can be a strong deterrent to anyone wishing to escape from bottom.
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