I included this question in my Tepee thread, but the Tepe part ended up taking center stage and this question went unnoticed. Anyway, why does Eddie Bravo never move the arm across when he has you locked in a triangle? My instructor says we should automatically move the arm across once we lock in the choke, and hen make a b-line for the back of their heads and gable grip them down into the choke to keep their posture broken. But I've noticed that not everyone moves the arm across, especiallyy Eddie. Is there a reason for this. How do you execute the choke without the arm across? Do you just tilt their head so their throat is against your inner thigh and then pull down on the back of their had to drive their throat into your thigh?