Ok, here’s the techniques that were drilled waaay back in BJJ Class 94. Hope I still remember the details…
Nogi starts off in guard, pulling on Boarder’s sleeves, his knees controlling Boarder’s elbows, and his feet on Boarder’s hips.
Nogi brings his left arm up and out to have Boarder’s arm betweeen his legs and hooks his right leg against Boarder’s body near the armpit.
Nogi pulls Boarder’s arm close in as he starts to pivot off his back and swinging his left leg…
…up over Boarder’s head and finishes the armbar.
As an alternative, Nogi starts off with both of Boarder’s arms in the center but with his feet on Boarder’s hips and while grabbing both sleeves.
Nogi brings up his right leg tight against Boarder’s body under Boarder’s arm. Nogi pivots on his back, with the help of his left leg pushing off of Boarder’s hip, but (strangely) Nogi’s right leg helps a great deal with the pivoting…
… and the pivoting gets Nogi to position his left leg to position for the armbar…
…but it the technique is loose and Boarder is able to pull his arm out. Boarder thinks he’s safe, but he left his other arm between Nogi’s legs, leaving him vulnerable to an omoplata or …. (let’s call this point B)
…since Nogi still has grips on Boarder’s right arm, he attacks it. Nogi pivots on his back and repositions his feet on Boarder’s hips.
Once he is squared off with boarder, Nogi continues to pivot off his back, using his left leg against Boarder’s body and right foot on Boarder’s hip.
Nogi continues the pivot and keeps Boarders arm tight this time.
Nogi kicks his leg over and finishes the armbar.
From point B, Boarder pulls his arm free from the armbar attempt. Nogi fixes his grips on Boarders arm.
Nogi pivots off his back and pulls Boarder in, trapping Boarder with his legs.
Nogi puts on the finishing touches and taps Boarder with a triangle.