From where do you hit your triangles? What are the little tricks that make it work? What do you set them up with? How do you keep your opponent locked in as you work to cinch it? Explain your favorite triangle setup here, and help Atharel fulfill BJJ project #3!!! (#1 was 'durr what is this chaining thing?!' and #2 was 'hay guyz I loves the omoplatas!, just completed') My current favorite triangle: From the S-Mount, post on your bent-leg-side hand to keep stability and push their other arm out behind your non-bent leg. Keep your hips very low and your non-bent leg as tight to their shoulder as possible as you do this, it's important that you don't let them duck their head out too. Once their arm is out, pull their head and remaining arm up and snake your non-bent-leg around, minimizing space, and triangle your legs. Cross the arm and settle down for a mounted triangle. If they resist you getting the arm out, work bent armlocks on it till they give you an opening. Notes: they will often bridge and roll you to your non-bent-leg-side as you are getting their arm out. If you can get your triangle locked up before you let them roll you and pull their remaining arm with you as you're rolled, you can finish from the bottom like a regular triangle from guard. What's your setup?