(Defensive display) is almost always a stupid choice and a sign of a pure amateur. –Rory Miller
Friday evening at Bellevue.
Unfortunately Linday was ill and could not join us tonight.
Also unfortunately, someone brought in a bucket of Halloween candy.
You have opponent in your guard, grips on hir sleeve cuffs, feet on hir hips, knees in. S/he puts one knee up on the inside.
You take the leg on the OPPOSITE side as the one s/he put up, and swing it over the arms and hook the toe under hir thigh.
Use your grounded foot to scootch body out sideways, yank hir arm across your body. Now you can dump hir and get on top.
If s/he tries to stand up and post with the other foot- go to armbar. Note that this is why you needed to take care to pull that arm across your body in the previous step. If you got sloppy with that, you will not have this option. Note also that finishing this armbar involves bracing the bent knee firmly against opponent's torso.
If s/he pulls the elbow down far enough to kill the armbar, underhook hir leg and straighten your legs to Dump hir. Get on top.
Sparring with Chrisanne, starting from the position described at the beginning of technique 1.
More sparring- a white belt and a blue belt that I don't know, then Christy and Casey. I was able to handle the two lower belts fine. Being aware that life underneath Christy is unpleasant, I stayed on top. I was able to hang out on top and threaten various chokes for the entire roll. Got two of them (including a head-and-arm, which I was delighted with, as I enjoy these and am not yet as proficient with them as I would like).
Casey of course is more of a challenge- although when we began, he claimed to be too exhausted to tie his belt, which boded well for me.