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I'd like to ask a couple of questions to any practising judoka that feel so inclined. The first: is it true that no techniques intended to produce a tap out may be performed on the legs? For example, ankle locks, achilles holds, knee bars? Secondly, I was looking at the sukui nage, especially the variation involving grabbing the fronts of the trouser legs and lifting then dropping. Now, under the current rules this throw is right out. However, would the technique at 1:31 in the embedded video be an acceptable variant? It isn't quite what I mean, but it's along the right lines. Namely, pressing the back of the arm into the chest of the opponent, and at the same time sweeping the leg, the two forces scissoring them off their feet. The reason for the second question is that I was thinking that feinting an ippon seoi nage and then using that technique instead could be fairly effective. Also: techniques discussion general. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xxlPwI400wA
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