I have been doing quite a lot of work on Chinte recently and feel relatively confindent in most of my breakdown, it is a fairly straightforward and brutal little form when doing a pragmatic analysis. However there is one combo that has me stumped, around 1:10 to 1:20 in the clip, I see the attack to the nose and eyes, and then a fish-hook with the nukite follow thru, then I lose the flow.
I think I see getting behind an opponent and driving the palm strikes into the base of the neck on a partially downed opponent, but I do not understand the spinnning knuckle strikes. There does not seem to be any good reason that I can find for the hands staying together, and the common explaination as a turn to escape a bear hugs seem very contribed to me. If I had to teach it I would consider it a neck crank type throw, close to empeor holds a giant egg, which is one of the applications I see to the elbow strike earlier in the form. But if that were the case I would expect the hands to move apart in order to give maximum tourqe on the neck, which is what they do right after the elbow strike earlier in the form.
Does anyone else do this form and have some idea on what this might be for?