White wins a Pawn, Rook & Bishop in 4 moves–or a Pawn, Rook & Knight in 3 moves.
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Chapter 4 OTHER FORKS/DOUBLE ATTACKS – INTRODUCTION
OTHER FORKS show that any piece can fork–not only Knights. Kings, Queens, Rooks, Bishops and Pawns can all attack two or more pieces at the same time. Forks are also know and Double Attacks. Some Forks can be simple, as shown in Diagram 94. Others take two or more moves to set up.
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Answer – Diagram 105:
1. Qxe6+ Kf8
2. Qxc8+ Kg8
3. Qb7+ Kh6
1. Rxg7+ Kxg7
2. Qd4+ K moves