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Guard pass- Points awarded question

Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by matador1872, Oct 11, 2010.

  1. matador1872

    matador1872 Yellow Belt

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    I'm reffing my first tournement this Saturday and yesterday at a ref meeting a question came up while we scored a match. If someone tries to pass to guard and the bottom player goes to turtle once their side is compromised, are points given for a passed guard. I said no becasue the bottom player went from one guard to another. Same as going from full to half. Am I correct?
     
  2. lechien

    lechien Gold Belt

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    it is an advantage.

    "NOTE: if the athlete that is underneath avoids the move by getting to his knees or standing up, the initiative will not be awarded 3 points but will be awarded an advantage."



    International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation

    please note that some people do not consider turtle as a guard.
     
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  3. ostapbjj

    ostapbjj Orange Belt

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    It really depends on the specific ruleset of the event. But in most cases (including IBJJF), you don't get pass points when the opponent turtles; you get an advantage. To pass, you need to finish in mount or a variation of sidemount (ie. north south, knee on belly, etc.).
     

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