Okie folks, here's my latest move in my Kimura series: a Standing Kimura to Berimbolo back take! First I show the standard Kimura to Sumi Gaeshi roll to mount, and then at 1:25 I show how to take his back when he stops the momentum of the roll. (this is super common at my club, as everyone knows I'm going for the Sumi roll, thus i came up with the berimbolo variation) *EDIT: If I really was this far from an opponent in competition, I'd just jump to my closed guard finishes/sweeps to mount, as you've seen in all my other vids. The main thing that we didn't really capture here is that he's supposed to be deep on a single leg, and that's why it seems like I'm not close enough to him. In the video I'm just kind of showing the mechanics behind what I would do to counter, but my partner isn't actually deep on the single, so I get why it doesn't seem to be close enough.* [YT]doLwu-v4L2c&feature=youtu.be[/YT] As you've seen in my other kimura vids, these moves are counters to single/double leg takedown attempts. I wish I did the actual brimbolo part faster, but, whatevs! Lemme know if you have any questions! (And Gambledud, feel free to chop up some gIFs of these!).