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Unique tactic motif? Surely not

Game dug up by my problemist buddy Siegfried, to whom the credit shall go. Even two!! retreats. Roman Dzindzichashvili vs Yuri Sakharov, Soviet Jr-ch (1957), URS [FEN " "] 1.e4 c5 2.c3 Nf6 3....
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Does this tactic (Bxf7+ KxB, Ng5+...QxB) have a name?

Bxf7+ is an attraction of the king to the f7 square, after which Ng5+ is a discovered attack of the undefended bishop on g4. Technically, one could call Ng5+ a double attack/fork as well since you're ...
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