The execution occurs as your forearms are rolled inward against the back of the opponent's neck and head, while your shoulders pull down, your chest pushes up, and your chin is directed into your opponent's face, specifically his eye.
STEP 1: Use your moving elbow guard to confuse your opponent.
STEP 2: Get one arm behind the back of your opponent's neck and pull him in to your chest. Distract with your opposite arm so he does not know what is coming.
STEP 3: Lock your opponent's back of the neck deep into the crook of your elbow. Shoot your arm across and grab your opposite bicep or any available bicep cloth.
STEP 4: Shoot your opposite arm over the back of your opponent's neck and lock into your other bicep or bicep cloth. NOTE: The assumption is that there is not enough space to execute a bottom figure 4 or interlock choke. Both of your shoulders should be fully extended and off the ground. Remove any excess space. The radial bone of your forearm should rest on the back of your opponent's neck.
STEP 5: Roll the bones of your forearms inwards into the back of your opponent's neck and head. Use your wrists to increase this movement. Pull down hard with your shoulders while simultaneously pushing up with your chest. Drive your chin into your opponent's eye or other sensitive facial area.
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This submission depends upon explosive strength and unexpected pain. If your opponent does not immediately submit, transition to another position in order to not waste your strength.