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Registered: March 2001
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spengu

Registered: January 2005
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Goetz Taubert

Registered: December 2003
Location: Germany
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11:36am Rating: 1 

Turning the right hand 45 degrees uke may cut nage deeply while fallling down. Direction of right leg and right hand of nage do not correspond. The chance that uke has to go down very fast is minimized by that. Good Photo but bad example.
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PeterR


Registered: March 2001
Location: Himeji, Japan
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6:43pm

The sword of uke is controlled by the tori's left hand not to mention the speed and power of entry. I don't know what technique you think is being done but the technique is a text book example.

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Nick P.

Registered: August 2000
Location: Montreal
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5:57am

Goetz Taubert,
Uke (tori) has moved his right foot to that position so he can fall properly; if his right foot was still forward as he fell it would be very awkard for him.
As for the other hand, uke is falling, and by the looks of it, hard; his left hand is of no threat to nage.

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Paul Sanderson-Cimino

Registered: March 2003
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1:04pm Rating: 10 

Very decisive, focused technique and clear image.
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