Now the difference that I see between a purple belt and brown belt is the detail and timing on the execution of their moves. Brown belts are more polish in their moves and they anticipates better with their timing and execution of strategies on the mat. I still put myself in worst case scenarios with higher belts, but now I'm attacking the higher belts more often, since I'm able to anticipate better with their strategies, attacks, and defenses. Instead of reacting, now I'm imposing more and forcing the situation, after I get a better feel for my training partner's game.
I'll try to go fancy with some purple belts and mostly with the blue belts and white belts, but I'm at the stage of experimentation. I'll even experiment with the higher belts. Because of my size and strength, I don't feel comfortable in applying certain moves though like wrist locks and sweeping people with the kimura from half guard, since people tend to be too resistant and I don't want to challenge my ego in which I might break someone's wrist or shoulder.
The one thing that I will implement back is starting to use my strength and speed. I'm so used to going slow, in which the last tournament, I became to relax and not urgent or being not aggressive. It's one of those things that I am working on, since I'm too nice. I don't care if I tap and I let things happen, so the roll can move on. Well, I'll note more on this journey next week. Good day and thanks for reading.