a pawn advance with the object of opening up the opponents king
Advancing one or more pawns towards the enemy king with the intent of ripping up his pawn cover. Often used when both players have castled to opposite sides.
The general advance of two or more connected Pawns. A Pawn storm may be employed to attack the King, to promote one of the Pawns, to keep some of the opponents' pieces away from another part of the board, among other things.
An attacking technique where a group of pawns on one wing is advanced in order to break up the defense.
A pawn storm is a chess tactic in which several pawns are moved in rapid succession toward the opponent's defenses.