I'll keep it as short and to the point as I can: Visting my good buddies submission grappling club. Him and I roll, and after nearly being submited by him a couple times, I pass his guard and get a real solid north / south on him. And I mean solid: I've got an arm tied up and I'm crushing his face and chest with my chest. He ain't going any where. So...being a judo guy I just settle in and plan on holding this pin for eternity. About 30 seconds go by and he starts to say " Are going to fucking do anything?" He says this kind of things a few times more and then finally says, "If your not going to do anything, then I'll just tap." Mind you he's saying this while being squished under a really solid hold down. So I go for an armbar just to get something moving... the end result being me getting rear naked choked to tap out. Now, I ain't whining about getting tapped. Me and this guy are friends, so it ain't personal. If him and I rolled 10 times he'd win 5 and I'd win 5 and we both know that. We're very evenly matched. I'm wondering whose more of a bitch? Me for just being satisfied to hold a pin (I should have not listened to him) for 5 minutes, or him for wanting to press the action. To him a pin is doing NOTHING. It is a transition move. To me it's an end in itself. So would it be lame in your guy's eyes if I were to just hold him in a pin and not go for any subs the next time we roll? Or anytime I roll at a BJJ or Grappling gym for that matter? Is my approach lame, or legit?