Chess Puzzles, The Pin, Puzzle 9:
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The Pin
[Puzzle #9]


The Pin
Puzzle #9

Black's Queen (Qc6) Pins White's Queen (Qd5). However, it's White's turn, and his Bc4 & Rh3 have no such constraints.

Is there a way White can force Black to move his Pieces in such a way, that White can apply a deadly Pin of his own?

Hint: recall how White took advantage of the principle of "Priority of Check," in the Solution to Puzzle #8
Chess Puzzles, The Pin, #9
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