Beth Harmon’s Final Chess Game | The Queen’s Gambit – Full Scene

And the student becomes the master. Watch the nail-biting final scene and chess match of The Queen’s Gambit, starring the inimitable Anya Taylor-Joy as Beth Harmon. Warning: Spoilers!

When winning takes everything, what are you left with? It’s the show everyone’s obsessed with: The Queen’s Gambit follows a young chess prodigy’s rise from an orphanage to the world stage. But genius comes with a cost. A riveting adaptation of Walter Tevis’ groundbreaking novel is streaming on Netflix now, starring Anya Taylor-Joy, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Harry Melling and Marcin Dorociński.


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Beth’s Harmon’s Final Chess Game | The Queen’s Gambit – Full Scene

In a 1950s orphanage, a young girl reveals an astonishing talent for chess and begins an unlikely journey to stardom while grappling with addiction.


  1. Borgov seemed much more disappointed when he won against drunk Beth lol. İt's a great depiction of a man who love chess when he plays with a powerful opponent instead of just winning a lot of awards and status. I believe he saw in Beth, the similar type of joy and passion for the game they are mastering, that's why he was so happy to leave the title to her in the end.

  2. Best final scene ever 🙂

  3. Honestly… to be famous amongst the old people playing chess in the park… priceless.

  4. If you play a game of chess and your opponent is playing in an unusual way you enjoy the challenge. 😊

  5. oh to be recognized and adored by a group of elderly soviet men at a park…

  6. That last scene was nothing short of beautiful.

  7. Last scene did not make sense. The pieces changed locations

  8. What a phony baloney, plastic banana, rubber chicken movie this is. Everyone is a cartoon character. They're each wearing enough make-up for three actors. I'm happy I never wasted any money seeing this in the theater. You can stick the murderous, imperialist, commie ruzzians where the Sun doesn't shine.

  9. I played a lot of chess as a kid. None of the other kids I grew up with did. I stopped playing for many years until seeing this show. It renewed my interest in the game. Great show

  10. Me after watching this: "I'm inspired to get back into chess again!"
    Me playing one chess game: Blunder 3 pieces and lose to a trash talking kid

  11. So, the elderly chess player Beth plays in the park. It looks like Mr. Shaibel.

  12. Having just watched this and being entirely unaware of the history, this was the best Netflix has produced imho.

  13. Ive just watched this and its great movie soviets were kind and not depicted as evil

  14. One of the best tv series in recent years.

  15. ♟️♟️♟️🔥🔥🔥🦾🦾🦾

  16. the position was so bad for borgov as he was left in the position for no further checks or any other move. in reality he should be very disappointed on himself of losing the game like this bad position with no other options left. i dont get what is he really proud of?

  17. Beautiful ending .Townes, friends called to help. Love that she's all in white & she Invisions Mr Shaibel in the park & plays with him <3 :' OMG, I cried happy tears..

  18. I've watched this series a couple times. I really wish they would make a sequel.

  19. I don't know if there is another game that brings you as much proud as chess does, when you win.

  20. I can watch this scene a thousand times and cry just as hard as i did the first time i watched it!

  21. Loved how intense this scene was. Borgov was taken aback by the more mature and more experienced version of Beth. She's developed to the best of her ability.

  22. The old man in the last scene resembles Mr Schaibel…

  23. Just bingewatched, again.
    Love this finale.
    No American.
    No Russians.
    No West.
    NO East.
    Just Chessplayers.

  24. I love the ending of this series. She blows off the President, and prefers to be around people, because chess was about connecting with people, not for the glory of winning.

  25. If you pay really close attention, he says on the phone "Benny… she did it"

  26. I loved the ending! ♥ 🇺🇸 🇷🇺

  27. I never knew of this until a few minutes ago and watched a clip of a video on Reels on Facebook. It certainly had me intrigued. Love movies like this. I shed a few tears at the end when she was recognised and the men moved in to greet her.

  28. One of the best miniseries ever made. I rank it up there with the 10th Kingdom and The Day After.

  29. Only one season, 7 episodes but played out to perfection!
    She found out she didn't need those pills, that the talent was her own.
    Ten stars out of ten.

  30. This is the most memorable part! I can watch it forever! Ana in Mexico City!❤

  31. The symbolism of her getting out of the car in an all white outfit with that hat, nonchalantly striding through crowds of people wearing dark clothes. She's shaped just like a white queen piece.

  32. The part where Jolene leans back in her chair and smiles always reminds me of Pride and Prejudice (2005) where Mr Bennet leans back in his own chair and smiles after 2 of his beloved daughters are engaged. Such a great parallel 🙂

  33. 1:25 Recommenting 3 years later : You can see that even though she just beat him not only is she in disbelief, but she still admires and respect him greatly. She doesn't stand over him to assert dominance and remains humble throughout the rest of the scene.

    What a beautiful scene !

  34. This is the kind of show that creates emotion and connection. Great stuff! And the stunning, almost supernatural beauty of Anna just adds to the complexity of her character. I started watching because of her looks, and was captured by her talent and the writing. What a fantastic show!

  35. I have only watched the show three times… Better do it for four!

  36. I love the ending. She didn’t care about the fame, she just played the game.

  37. very nice tv series…finally Russian getting some respect and I like the ending how she plays with park and citizens in ending scene

  38. Beth is set apart from most female protagonists nowadays.

    She’s not an arrogant girl boss who’s unbeatable from the start.

    She was intelligent, talented, had lots of room to grow and she was a really humble woman.

    Yes her few defeats got to her but she was never toxic or a poor sportsman about it.

    We need more characters like Beth

  39. One of the first lessons Mr. Shaibel taught her. Sportsmanship.

  40. Alas, Beth lost her virginity in a one night stand.

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