What is this kote gaesh called?
On our last lesson before Christmas, Sensei was showing a few new moves (Christmas treats!) and we did a great kote gaesh, but I can't recall the name.
Nage stands with his hands held behind his back, as if about to be hand-cuffed. Then, with one hand he takes hold of the diagonal wrist of uke and kinda just spins out. The hand that isn't holding on twists out like a cork screw - lead from the elbow, whilst the other hand naturally moves around the wrist and ends up with a perfect opportunity for Kote Gaesh.
Does that ring any bells for anyone? (We've off now for a couple of weeks, so I can't ask Sensei.)