Relative Chess Skewer Attack:
Part of the Chess Skewer Attack, Tactics Guide
A Relative Skewer, is usually one where the forward piece being attacked is in a direct line, infront of a lesser-valued piece.
The forward piece could be a Rook; the rear piece a Bishop. In this case, the Rook is more valuable, so it's most likely the Bishop that would be sacrificed, with the Rook being moved clear of the attack.
Moving On: Relative Bishop Skewer, Example (Page 2).
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