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This technique’s entry phase involves the insertion of the executioner’s arms inside the attacker’s. As far as the second step is concerned, the neck wrap is performed from above, using the whole arm and not just with the hands and wrists, as it is done when executing Hak Kor Erawan maneuver. The enemy’s head is locked between the defender’s arm and trunk; a strong squeeze is applied to the foe’s neck, pulling the side of his head against the defender’s body. A powerful lever to the cervical vertebrae is produced by pulling up with both arms: the enemy’s neck may be broken by a single upward jerk.