Many of the techniques that I know with a cane, have to do with somebody trying to disarm me. This was originaly a wrist-lock, but I turned it into a throw, more or less. (Assume the opponent's are facing eachother) 1. Cane is held in both hands, palms down. 2. Opponent places left hand on the right side of the cane. 3. Cane user's right hand slides over to cover the opponent's hand, to prevent him from letting go, and wheels the rightmost end of the cane over the opponent's wrist (forcing the wrist to bend at an akward and painful angle) Improvisation: From here, *if* the opponent's left elbow bows outward, the right end of the cane can pass under his armpit, and can be used as leverage for a hip throw. Is this practical? Am I paying too much attention to one side of the opponent's body?