Chess Puzzles, Defence to a Combination, Puzzle 4:
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Self Defence... Defence to a Combination
Puzzle #4

Black's Bishop (Bb2) has just captured White's b2-Pawn, and now Double Attacks White's Rook (Ra1) and Bishop (Bc1).

Black's plan is to force White's Bc1 to capture (1.Bc1xb2), to enable Black's Knight (Nh5), to win Black's Queen (Qd3), with a Knight Fork (1...Nh5-f4+).

How can White incorporate a Combination into the defence of his position?
Chess Puzzles, Self Defence, Defence to a Combination, #4
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