Ryote Jime video
Info about "Ryote Jime video"
In Ryote-jime (two-hand strangle) two hands on either side of the neck apply the strangle by twisting of the wrists. Like juji-jime, but without the crossed arm movement. Any movement can be considered Ryote-jime, the two videos demonstrating two collar grips, fingers in-thumbs out and thumbs out-fingers in. Other collar grips will suffice. Another name for this, due to the collars being used is Eri jime (Collar strangle).
A variation is Kani jime (crab strangle), where the strangle is applied with tori on their back and uke in between their legs. Tori then brings their legs up around the neck to help apply the strangle with their knees.
From Akitas Judo. Original page is here]