Pull Out of Arm bar to Triangle

When you utilize the knee-punch arm bar on an opponent who is stalling in the top guard position, there is a good chance that he will recognize your intentions the moment you force his arm toward the center of your chest. If your opponent defends against the submission by ripping his arm free, he will need to plant his hand on the mat to regain his base. This allows you to transition straight into the triangle choke. It's a perfect example of how analyzing your opponent's possible reactions to an attack can allow you to set up yet another attack. The more time you spend with this analyzation, the more lethal your combinations will become.

I place both hands on the left side of Beach's face and push his head to my left.

Beach is in my closed guara, keeping his arms locked tight to my sides.

I place both hands on the left side of Beach's face and push his head to my left.

of Beach's left leg; I open my guard and shrimp my hips in a counterclockwise direction; and I maneuver my right leg up toward Beach's left shoulder.
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