The squid guard is exceptionally effective because it eliminates a worm guard passing strategy. Most people play worm guard in a way that targets their opponent’s right leg for the final bit of control. Some of them think that by passing with the opposite leg forward will make it impossible to be worm guarded. That’s somewhat true, but the squid guard attacks the OPPOSITE side.

In chapter 1, subchapter 3 we learned about the intermediate positions. Chapter 2, subchapter 2 explained the foot under off-balance. From a reaction to the intermediate positions or by executing the foot under off-balance, we can (among other ways) enter into the squid guard.

This chapter will teach you how to do DAMAGE from there.

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