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andy Resident 729 posts
ankle locks are far easier to catch than the others you mentioned, you dont have to fully pass the guard to get one, a black belt caught a really fast one at the europeans this weekend, i will post video when i get it
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sl Resident 855 posts
How did you get on Andy ?
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Sweaty Gi Moderator 120 posts
Andy lost to an armbar while ahead on points in his weight category fight (not sure which round). He also managed to get to the quarters in the blue belt absolute, lost on point to the eventual winner.

Gracie Barra UK came 2nd overall

Andy, you have post ;-)
sl Resident 855 posts
Unlucky Andy..

A question for the BJJers who compete if you win a match would you rather win on subm.. or points? What about if you lost subm.. or points?

I personally would rather be beatin by points. And would rather win by submiss?

Also how do the points work, i know you get them for knee on chest and passing gaurd do you get them for anything else?
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Sweaty Gi Moderator 120 posts
I think most people would prefer to win by sub and lose on points.

As for the points, its usually something like, 2 points for takedowns, sweeps and knee on chest, 3 points for passing the guard and 4 for taking the mount or back.
Not sure if you get anything for getting your opponent in the guard.

To win the points you need to hold the position for a few seconds
Nathan Addict 175 posts
There's a full page on all the rules and points at

http://www.cbjj.com.br/english/rules.htm

It probably varies, but is probably a good guide.
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andy Resident 729 posts
the rules above are the standard and probably the most well used, used for worlds, pan ams, europeans, seni other tournaments vary depending on what subs are allowed etc and rorian has his own set.
"no weapon formed against me shall prosper"
sl Resident 855 posts
What subs arent allowed in your typical tourn.

Why is Rorion rules so diff..
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