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Old 06-19-2002, 05:19 AM   #17
Location: New Zealand
Join Date: Apr 2001
Posts: 67
The Yoshinkan sensei I used to train with would do some of those multiple attacker pins; great stuff but a little bit scary as sometimes an uke would land on top of my bent wrist.

His favourite pin was a version of the standard pin from kotegaeshi where he would sit on uke's scapula with uke's arm coming up between his thighs and somehow twisted and trapped against his (nage's) hip leaving both of nage's arms free.

I always felt I couldn't sit smoothly enough to do this without samashing uke's shoulder.

David McNamara
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