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I immediately establish connection by rotating clockwise/entering while extending his arm and taking his balance.
At that point his elbow is naturally brought into a position where I take a step forward with left foot and my left arm with entire body weight behind it does a sort of a reverse ikkyo, bringing uke effortlessly to the ground.