So one of the more interesting gems I've picked up from Gokor recently is an alternate way to finish the ankle lock that borders on miraculous. I don't have a video but essentially this is it. You have the leg controlled, you have the grip, and you're about to settle into a straight ankle lock. Many people will have you sort of roll back to your side and finish the ankle lock from there, often while looking back behind you. So hear is what Gokor is doing differently. He calls it a zig zag lock and basically says that it's a way to use the twisting pressure of a heel hook from a straight ankle lock grip, so it will never get called out in an IBJJF tournament but it still is sort of a twisting lock. Even outside of IBJJF rules it's just a much higher % finish in my experience. From that position (or any position really where you have the leg controlled and your ankle lock grip in) you simply rotate laterally (generally to the opposite direction of the side you have the lock on, IE your right hand is locking the ankle you rotate to the left around the axis of your spine) before falling away from them to your side. This lateral rotation of your trunk puts the ankle into a twisted position such that if you apply the ankle lock pressure after rotating you now have a spiral torquing pressure from that position, far more so than with a vanilla bjj ankle lock. Has anyone else seen this little detail from other coaches before? It's kind of blown my mind lately and now people are tapping when I only recline a few inches after the rotation.