Additional Chess Terminology:
Part of the Beginner's Chess Guide (Section 3)

Additional Chess Terminology
Attacking-Play Terms
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Breakthrough

A "Breakthrough" is made when a player gets a piece through to attack the enemy's back row ... It's as simple as that.

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