Originally Posted by ufobydeath
Oh, the bicep slicer is one nasty move! Fun counter to an armbar counter, especially if you manage to figure-four your legs over your arm
That's one of my favorites. No one ever sees that coming. And if you can't pull it off, you can just slide your leg through the far-side arm and go for a traditional triangle.
That's a damned bad spot to catch someone in. There is so much you can do.
Originally Posted by g'nightXX
Would you guys mind explaining some of the more advanced moves you listed? If you could type me threw it once i'll be able to memorize how it's done.
The Twister is a spine-lock submission made popular by Eddie Bravo. It's not great, but her's a pic of Eddie doing it on Rogan:
And the arm triangle. Also known as the side choke, or head and arm choke. It's a shitty picture, but it gives the basic idea. It's normally applies from side control, and occasionally from guard.
And the body triangle. Also known as the anaconda body lock or the figure-four body lock. Basically you make a figure-four with your legs, but you do it around the torso of your opponent rather than around their neck. Another crappy picture:
The guy with backmount is doing it. His right foot (though it's hard to see) is tucked behind his left knee just like in a regular triangle. Then you pull the head back to arch their back and squeeze the shit out of them.