Pass for when on top in the opponent’s closed guard.
Gain posture. Can threaten a choke to release opponent’s grips. Palm’s down, four fingers in collar, pull one down towards yourself, push other across opponent’s neck and up away from yourself. Sit up and bring in elbows as soon as they release grips.
Open the guard. Grip both lapels in the left hand and push down into the chest at the same time while holding the grip. Put the palm of the right hand on the hip bone and push into the ground. Post the right leg back. Use the right elbow to dig in between your own torso and the opponent’s leg, then push out to release the feet and open the guard. The moment the guard opens pull both elbows inside the opponent’s legs, crouch down, and grab the bottom of a lapel for balance.
Put your opponents right leg on your left shoulder and reach across to your right hand. Swim the right hand under your opponents left leg and grip your hands together. Pull your opponent up towards yourself, and stack them on their shoulders. Reach across with your right hand and grab the opponents left lapel, use a palm down grip with thumb inside and fingers outside the lapel. Go heavy and push the opponents left knee to their nose and walk your feet counter clockwise. When the far leg is about to pop out grab the back of the opponents pants and push their hips to the ground. Keep going around until the other leg pops out and go to side mount.