Guard passing (guard passes) should be approached, not as a defense to your opponents guard but as an attack on your opponents guard. If you’re opponent is always defending then they don’t have much of a chance to start an offense on you and you will have less to worry about, which will give you a greater opportunity to beat your opponent.
In this video you will see 57 techniques that will give you a reference and ideas for what you can use. This video is only the beginning as there are so many more guard passes to be shown. Positions such as x-guard, single leg x, 50/50, inverted guard, some de la riva, some reverse de la riva, and more are not shown but will be shown soon in the future. I hope you enjoy.