Netflix‘s latest installment “The Queen’s Gambit” premiere on October 23rd, 2020. After the season 1 installment, there are too many subscribers turn chess fan again. And, 62 million households watch this series in its first month.
This is 2020 American drama miniseries based on Walter Tevis’s 1983 novel of the same title. Netflix Originals series creator from Scott Frank and Allan Scott, also written and directed by Scott Frank. “The Queen’s Gambit” also follows the abandoned and entrusted to a Kentucky orphanage in the late 1950s. A young Beth Harmon (Anya Taylor-Joy) discovers an astonishing talent for chess while developing an addiction to tranquilizers provided by the state as a sedative for the children. Haunted by her personal demons and fueled by a cocktail of narcotics and obsession, Beth transforms into an impressively skilled and glamorous outcast while determined to conquer the traditional boundaries established in the male-dominated world of competitive chess.
Also, cast members include Anya Taylor-Joy, Marielle Heller, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Moses Ingram, Harry Melling, and Bill Camp.
How to Play Chess With Beth Harmon from “The Queen’s Gambit” Series
Now, the Chess.com app ready to go with a Beth Harmon bot. Based on the chess prodigy played by Anya Taylor-Joy, Annabeth Kelly, and Isla Johnston in the Netflix series. You can play against Beth at ages 8 through 22 years old.
Beth ages playing strength like that; (age 8) – 850 playing strength, (age 9) – 1200 playing strength, (age 10) – 1600 playing strength, (age 15) – 1800 playing strength, (age 17) – 2400 playing strength, (age 20) – 2500 playing strength, (age 22) – 2700 playing strength.
The streaming platform found that Google searches for “How to play chess?” have hit a nine-year peak point. Sales of chess boards are up 125 percent since the series premiered, according to The New York Times articles.
Since this series released, it’s in place of Netflix’s Top 10 in 92 countries, and ranked Number 1 in 63 countries. Also, Walter Tevis‘s 1983 novel on which the series is based has listed The New York Times bestseller, 37 years after its out. You can play chess with Beth Harmon here.