Seth Daniel ures his opponents into his “good enough” De La Riva guard, and baits them to rotate towards a knee bar position up by offering up a lazy leg for them to take advantage of. As his opponent rotates, Seth reaches for the wrist and locks in a kimura for a pretty nasty finish. The position his partner falls into is a pretty bizarre one, and if you have a good lock with the figure 4 grip, it would probably be pretty tough to reorient yourself before giving up the tap.
This is definitely an interesting take on the famed submission, and Seth has an engaging light-hearted way of instructing. Next time you’re playing the De La Riva guard give this one a shot, you may get some mileage out of it.
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