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As I drop my left arm over Beach's left shoulder, I release my right grip on his right wrist. Before he has a chance to pull his right arm away, I re-grab his wrist with my left hand.

I have taken Beach's back. I'm sitting up behind him, my right arm is underneath his right arm, I am grabbing his right wrist with my right hand, and I have both hooks established.

As I drop my left arm over Beach's left shoulder, I release my right grip on his right wrist. Before he has a chance to pull his right arm away, I re-grab his wrist with my left hand.

I grab my left wrist with my right hand, establishing the Kimura lock.

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