This was my first GQ and let me tell you, they run a MUCH MUCH better tourney than NAGA! Anyway there were some really good matches in the Pro Divisions! Cobrinha is just RIDICULOUS!!!! Ryan Hall lost his first match to Lucas Lepri for those wondering ow Ryan did. It was a pretty boring, uneventful match, I think Lepri passes his guard twice and won 4 or so to nothing. I don't know the names of many of the other guys - Mikey "The BJJ Almanac" Triangles would probably know better, but there were a lot of great matches. I watched the matches but I didn't know their names. I took second place in the Beginner No-Gi and I got fucked in the final match by the ref but shit happens. I actually didn't roll well at all, I was kinda disappointed with my matches so I didn't really deserve first so I didn't even get mad about the ref's decision. He was a huge guy for 169 (myself and the other competitors didnt think he weighed 169lbs but whatever) anyway I was looking to finish him one of three ways; peruvian neck tie, guillotine or sitting arm bar. Most of the match was fighting for the takedown and after one of his shots I had perfect head and arm control and was about to sit up for the peruvian neck tie but the ref stopped us and told us to go the middle of the ring, but then stood us up! So that sucked. Then He got the takedown but I wrapped up a tight guiilotine...he was struggling getting out of it and the ref again stopped the match be we were off the mat. So the ref brings us to the middle and tells me to get the guiilotine again (after letting him breath and put his forearm in my throat) so it wasnt easy for him to break right out of it. So anyway I lost the final match 0-2 on points. Just for the record the new rule on such a situation is this; If you have a guiilotine, arm bar or other tight sub and go out of bounds, the ref is to restart you in the middle of the ring and award 2 points to the person applying the sub. That was what was told to my instructor at the Worlds last month when he took the refs course for his first degree. It was a good overall experience, but a LONG day!!