(you can select 720p to see it in HD) This is from a GB in-house tournament we had last weekend. Blue belt match, six minutes, IBJJF rules and scoring. I'm in the white gi. I had two blue belt matches, and I won both on points, and then I lost my third match to a purple belt via armbar. This is my second blue belt match. We recently started doing these in-house tournaments, and I think they're great because they help you get used to the feeling of going 100% and trying to score points, and also getting over your competition nerves. Feel free to critique my match. Constructive criticism preferred; if you're going to tell me I suck then please explain why. Personally I was pretty happy with my back-take sweep from DLR guard but once I saw the opportunity for a choke I got greedy and tried to finish it too quickly. I should have focused on putting my hooks in and getting back mount first. He rolled to his knees and then escaped to half guard, there's no reason why I shouldn't have been able to get mount at that point instead if I were thinking straight. I definitely bent over too far when I was trying to pass guard. I was trying to keep my hips far away to avoid the sweep but I need to work on keeping my head up more. I think my shoulder/chest pressure from side control and half guard was pretty good but I got a little off-balanced a couple times when I tried to mount from side control and he ended up getting his half guard back. I was trying to finish with a kimura from top half guard when the time ran out, it felt like it was tight but who knows if I would have gotten the finish. Overall I'm realizing my jiu-jitsu is pretty ugly. It's hard to be graceful when you're going 100% in a match but there are a few moments where I look downright clumsy. Thanks in advance for any tips.