This is part two of the Lapel Closed Guard System and the series of attacks you should look for if your opponent escapes the Brabo grip.

 

This is part one of the Lapel Closed Guard System and the first series of attacks you should look for when using the system.
 

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The final attack I use from the Lapel Closed Guard is going back to the Squid Guard.

This happens when your opponent stands up so you go {...}

Screenshot Lapel Closed Guard to Squid G
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Screenshot Lapel Closed Guard Transition
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Without the Lapel control, the star sweep can be a little hit or miss as you give up control. 

However, with the Lapel you keep control, and all your {...}

One of the great things about the Lapel Closed Guard is that it exposes your opponent's elbows. I’m Closed Guard this means the Omoplata can be easily set up. {...}

Screenshot Lapel Closed Guard Star Sweep
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The flower Sweep is one of the first sweeps most people learn from Closed Guard. Despite its simplicity, it’s also one of the most effective sweeps from guard. Due to the positioning of the {...}

Screenshot Lapel Closed Guard Omoplata.p
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Professor Tom developed a system of attacks that flow together beautifully. 

The great thing about this Lapel Closed Guard is it’s easy to {...}

Screenshot Lapel Closed Guard Flower Swe
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