I am unaware of the correct name for this technique, but I'll describe it as best I can & hopefully you are familiar with what I mean. Say from the mount, you reach one arm, lets say the left, around the back of your opponents head. You then cup your right bicep and close your inner right forearm against your head grabbing your right bi. Now, slide your right hand under your opponents neck and apply pressure. I got tapped earlier in the week, by a regular guy I spar with. He is about 20 lbs heavier than me and alot more experienced. My question is, how do you get this choke to work? I tried it on a non grappling buddy, but MMA fan after training and found it only beneficial if I change my position to knee on belly. I can't seem to get the pressure from the mount. Also, what are your opinions on this choke? I find it awkward to put on and its not that impressive on the eye, but when in the right place, its a strong choke. My sparring partner who tapped me with it, seemed to stretch and turn into more into a neck crank.