So I've started training BJJ 7-8 Weeks ago, so you'd call me the new guy right? That's what I thought. However, I've been left stumped recently with my training and how well its going; let me give context. - I'm the only White Belt with no stripes. - I have previous experience in Karate and Kickboxing both on a national and international level. - I've coached for a few years in Karate before moving into BJJ. - I'm 22, 80kg and in decent shape. So the problem that I'm having is that I'm dominating my gym/level, which sounds strange, I know. I'm rolling with mostly white and blue belts; the odd purple which I seem to be able to go sub-for-sub with. All the guys at my gym are competing every 2 months or so, and winning more often than not. This is what bothers me. They get very frustrated with me, or themselves, but always after they roll with me. I fight very defensively, a counter-attacker if you would. I don't gas easily as I know my way around a mat and the ways to read people and I know when and when not to go all out. These guys go all out on me, and can't land anything and I fear I'm knocking their confidence. I've got to the point where I'm almost giving them my arm, neck etc. just so they get some gratification and its starting to beat on me that they're getting hit back each time they roll with me:- a guy this week cancelled his next fight because he couldn't sub me after we rolled for 5 rounds (He kept demanding to roll with me even after coach told him to just chill and roll with another guy. I subbed him 4 times and won by points in the 3rd). I've spoke to the coach and he gave me nothing but praise and re-assured me that I'm doing fine with my method and I should keep doing it. Am I just being a idiot and they should just get better, or should I change my game up to accommodate my team mates training better? Its really thrashing my head. Sorry for the long post, but I had to get it all out in full. Thanks!