In the single board game, an aggressive infantry charge is key to weakening your opponent’s offensive and defensive formations. While the infantry is greater in number, other pieces have more firepower. Only one infantryman can capture per turn, but other pieces have no such limitation. Here, the White infantry has broken through the line and is attacking both bishops and knights at the same time. Exact shape and position of the formation is critical. This infantry is simultaneously attacking two separate formations that cannot move together to either flee or fight back. Moreover, it’s shape minimizes the possibility of getting wiped out by a single move from the four rooks and two queens.