In an off line conversation I was invited to talk about my Judo. As a guide I have posted some vid of me doing moves on a beach in the no-gi section, I will post here a "Russian" instructional:
Note the use of the backward arch and close body/belt grips, this is very close to the type of judo I practice. The judoka in this series is quite a bit more fluent in his diversity of techniques than I am though.
Essentially in my club the Sambo and Judo syllabus is the same, the throws taught are the same but the rules of engagement differ. As an aside the main focus of my club is Combat Sambo so the close grappling throws are paramount. I also don't care for the Olympic style but I do enjoy watching it, we compete against other judo clubs that allow full judo, fortunately there are two organisations in àustralia which still do this.
I have a curiosity on the level of similarity in practice methods, for instance there is no bowing or photos of Kano etc and all throws are in English. As a benefit I send people who wish off to a friends club for Japanese grading as at this time there is no belt ranking structure for the type of Judo I am coaching, you are either a participant a competitor or a coach. As an aside I have trained in the Japanese style also, but left that to pursue this type of training.
Happy to receive thoughts on this style and system as I am quite open and cool with the many paths same goal ethos.