so whats the difference? ive heard it depends on the position the choke is initiated and ive also heard that the difference is the gable grip/kneck crank before the choke is cinched up.
is there really any answer or like a lot of things are there just multiple names for the same technique?
I did a google search and found someone else's answer to the question. Hopefully it will shed some light for you because I don't know the answer.
They are alot alike (I'm speaking from a No-gi standpoint). It's a difference in grips.
The linke above (http://www.grapplearts.com/Brabo-No-Gi-Choke.htm) is your basic Brabo, except when I do it I fall back and push my inside knee towards my opponents armpit and if needed I wrap my outside leg around him like in the vid on this page:
It's in the first vid of the page.
Some people refer to this choke as a brabo as well (i like to use the term reverse brabo):
Here's a basic darce choke:
Here's a Darce from turtle:
as far as i know, they are practically the same choke, except with very minor differences, but different schools name it differently.
im still not clear on the differences and am surer than ever that it doesnt really matter. i guess the kneck crank, gable grip is one potential difference before sliding the arm through to the rear naked grip.