|Keyword Query:||Chess Grand Fork|
|Interpretation:||You want to see the specific Fork Attack, known as a Grand Fork.|
A standard Fork Attack sees one Pawn or Piece attack TWO enemy units, in a single move - hence the alternative term "Double Attack", which some use when referring to Fork Attacks.
The following image shows gives an example of a standard "Rook Fork", by White, against Black's Knight and Pawn:
By comparison, the Grand Fork attacks the enemy King, Queen and either one or both Rooks - at the SAME time, from ONE move.
This can be seen in the following image::
With its unique L-shaped range of movement, the Knight is usually the best of all Pieces for carrying out a Grand Fork Attack, as it's usually "just out of reach" from becoming attacked by one of its 3 or 4 victims.
KEYWORD: Chess Grand Fork
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