Also known as a "cross-arm lock" or "cross-arm choke". Later coined as "Million Dollar Dream" by Ted DiBiase, the wrestler stands behind the opponent and uses one arm to place the opponent in a half nelson. The wrestler then uses their free arm to pull the opponents arm (the same side arm as the one the attacker is applying the half nelson) and pulls it across the face of the opponent and lock their hands behind the neck. This move was also popularized by Sgt. Slaughter.