F-sensei first showed us how you can get a foot-lock if the guy on the back crosses his ankles. I knew this from my days of watching Pancrase. Your legs cross over his, or even just a single leg and then you push your hips and stomach forward. Easy to get on an unknowledgeable person. The other sneaky move was a wrist lock you can get by holding the opponent's sleeve and tricep so he can't pull the choke back. Then using the arm over to force his wrist into a lock with his palm against your bicep area. I'll write up the moves when I get them down on Friday. In the future I plan to take pictures or even a video when I can get some equipment. Make it more of a pic/video diary of moves rather than static notes.
I also sparred again. Very tentatively I might add. The guys were good to me though and I didn't have any turns for the worse with my knee. I am getting really good at moving to inverted guard and spinning on my back. Feels like breakdancing! I do this against the wall when warming up all the time so it is second nature to me now. During sparring one of the guys who is a judo black belt, heavier than me and blue in BJJ almost injured me again. I've watched him sparring and he is like a bull. Heaving like crazy until he gets the sub. He is always out of breath after 2 minutes. I could feel both our energy revving up a notch as time went on. Finally, I felt my knee twinge a touch and I just said that I would like to stop. We did, no bad feelings. He was panting heavily anyway. I did get a really nice Shaolin rolling sweep from half guard on him though. He is probably the biggest guy I have caught with that sweep to date.
Sparring time: 4 x 6 mins = 24 mins
Notable moments: the Shaolin sweep of course!