Live Sessions; The Theory of Dynamic Compensation!

Apr 5, 2012
29 min
Today's Live Sessions features a familiar friend, but from a different perspective. IM Daniel Rensch employs one of his favorite openings and he must rely on the "dynamic tension" in the position in order to find compensation for his sacrificed pawn. When white's pieces can't find good squares, he eventually lashes out (e4), allowing Danny to "stick a thorn" into white's position (d3-pawn).