Relative Chess Pin Attack:
Part of the Chess Pin Attack, Tactics Guide
These include attacks where their victim is pinned against a more-valuable Piece, but excludes the enemy King.
In this instance, if it's deemed tactically beneficial, the Pawn or Piece assumed to be Pinned CAN move, exposing the MORE-valuable Piece to the attack ...
But, beware! It may be a cunning trap, designed to lure a specific piece away from its position, for the sake of a greedy capture.
Moving On: Relative Bishop Pin, Example (Page 2).
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