This is seldom encountered in actual play, therefore the examples that come by are few. Think of it as an extension of the 1r1h1c kills, which is much more common. The extra pawn, if close enough to the palace can act as a very powerful piece, sometimes even equivalent to another chariot. There are many ways to use this combination, but often sacrifices will be made.
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