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Submissions 101: The Pentagram Choke. The Pentagram Choke is basically called a pentagram choke because you're using five sides instead of like a Triangle Choke which is three. So this is what it looks like.
Back control from your partner, you're hooked in here and here. What you're going to do is, you're going to take this ankle, and you're going to grab on to it like so, and bring it up to his throat level. When you do that, typically what happens is he goes to defend by grabbing on to the ankle.
Now, what I am going to do is, I am going to pass over-top and hook, okay. So now it looks like a triangle, but the thing is, you'll notice this hand is still there. Now, my other hand is going to reach across and grab onto my knee. Now, I am going to squeeze my knees together, and follow with this hand.
Now we're going to show you from different angles, so you can see. Again, I'll grab in, I'll pull up, I'll pass over. Now, my hand is still attached. Now, I am going to loop, grab on to my knee here. So they are the five sides. Now I am going to squeeze my knees together and throw out. Pentagram Choke!