The troublesome Bishops!
You may or may not agree that Robert Fischer was the greatest chess genius ever. However, he did play a brilliant Bishop combination with a quick Knight SAC up against James Sherwin. In this game, he did not know what was worse; Fischer's dark-squared Bishop that wreaked havoc on his structure or Fischer's light-squared Bishop that simply glided over the diagonal delivering check and forcing resignation! This game was played in the New Jersey Open, 1957, with the Sicilian Defence: French Variation.