Using my left under-hook to stay tight to Albert's body, I sweep him all the way over to his back.

Dropping my weight down on top of Albert, I shift my hips so that my left hip is flat to the ground. To secure side control, I keep my left arm hooked underneath his right arm for control and pull his left arm up using my right hand. This last action not only helps me drive my weight down into him to avoid a scramble, but it also hinders him from wedging his arm to the inside of my hips.

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