i have been training for about six months. Our gym is lucky enough to have a good range of skills from Black/Brown down to brand new students. I obviously spend most of my time against the more experienced just surviving. During these rolls I will get tapped with some pretty cool stuff. As I have gained experience they are starting to use different setups and subs. When I first started I was enamored with the triangle (from anywhere) and the kimura from guard. I tried to learn as many variations/setups that I could. I would try them on ANYONE (from our brown belt down to brand new guys). After a 2 months, the more experienced guys starting breaking my base and getting me with sweeps. After this happened I became obessed with sweeps. I started to try less triangles/kimuras and tried to hit any sweep I could. I tried them from guard, half guard, and even turtle. At my 5th month of training I had my first tournament. I fell back on what I knew best. Triangles and sweeps (if I didn't get the TD). However, upon coming back from the tournament, I got put in a slick leglock and then some slick rubber guard subs. Now I am obessed (to the point of adding more DVDs to my collection and ALWAYS asking to be shown these type of things when the instructor asks what we want to learn) with leglocks and RG. Does anyone else do this? If yes then do you feel like it makes your game to wide and not strong in one certain aspect. Or as a beginner should I try to soak up as much knowledge as possible and just keep trying things out?