I know a wrestler who likes to use this move.
This is not a move that he plans as a attack but seems to come after a scramble that ended badly for the bottom wrestler.
He also wraps one arm around the head and tucks his hand between his chest and the opponents chest. No direct pressure is applied to the front of the throat because the bottom wrestler's chin is pressed against their own chest. This seems to help to make it almost impossible for the bottom wrestler to bridge.
Very painful for the wrestler on the receiving end!
I have seen it done to some good wrestlers but only in rare circumstances. More often it happens to less experienced wrestlers. Just like any other wrestling move the more experienced and familiar the wrestler is who is using the move to better they will be at performing it and vice versa the more experienced a wrestler is the less likely they will find themselves pinned by this move.