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I have taken Paco's back. In addition to having both hooks, I've also established double under-hooks. I accomplished this by sliding my right arm under Paco's right arm and latching onto his shoulder with my right hand, and sliding my left arm under his left arm and latching onto his left wrist with my left hand.

Realizing he is in trouble, Paco begins driving his weight back and to his left in an effort to get both of his shoulders flat to the mat.

Paco drives his weight all the way back and begins to turn into me.

I have taken Paco's back. In addition to having both hooks, I've also established double under-hooks. I accomplished this by sliding my right arm under Paco's right arm and latching onto his shoulder with my right hand, and sliding my left arm under his left arm and latching onto his left wrist with my left hand.

Realizing he is in trouble, Paco begins driving his weight back and to his left in an effort to get both of his shoulders flat to the mat.

Paco drives his weight all the way back and begins to turn into me.

Realizing I have lost Paco's back, I slip out from underneath him and slide my right leg over his body so I can claim the mount.

Realizing I have lost Paco's back, I slip out from underneath him and slide my right leg over his body so I can claim the mount.

As I bring my right leg all the way over Paco's body, I move my right arm to the left side of his head.

Once on top of Paco, I secure the mount position by sliding my right arm underneath his head, applying downward pressure, and touching my heels together under his legs. From here I am in a perfect position to set up a kata-gatame choke (p. 267).

Posting on my left elbow and knee, I push my body up on top of Paco. As I do this, I maintain downward pressure with my body to prevent Paco from scrambling. It is important to notice that I've trapped his right arm with the right side of my head. This will set me up to apply a choke.

As I bring my right leg all the way over Paco's body, I move my right arm to the left side of his head.

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