Breaking the pin (1): discovered attack
You already know that a pinned piece is a bad defender. It has to stay on its spot, or the piece behind it will be taken. In this lesson, we are going to exploit pins by means of a discovered attack.
The examples show how this is done.
In this lesson, you are going to use discovered attacks to win material. You can do this in two ways:
- Aim the discoverd attack at a square that is defended by a pinned piece.
- Use a discovered attack to attack two things at the same time: a king of piece/square AND a square/piece that is defended by a pinned piece.
What do you have to do?
Use a discovered attack to win material.