Queen’s Gambit Scene: The Final Chess Game – Last Episode

Queen’s Gambit Scene: The Final Chess Game – Last Episode

The Queen’s Gambit is a 2020 American miniseries based on Walter Tevis’s 1983 novel of the same name. The title refers to “Queen’s Gambit”, a chess opening.

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Netflix released The Queen’s Gambit on October 23, 2020. After four weeks it had become Netflix’s most-watched scripted miniseries. It was acclaimed by critics, who lauded Taylor-Joy’s performance as well as the cinematography and production values. It has also received a positive response from the chess community, and data suggests that it has increased public interest in the game.

It was written and directed by Scott Frank, who created it with Allan Scott. Beginning in the mid-1950s and proceeding into the 1960s, the story follows the life of Beth Harmon (Anya Taylor-Joy), an orphaned chess prodigy on her rise to the top of the chess world while struggling with drug and alcohol dependency.

The series won two Golden Globe Awards: Best Limited Series or Television Film and Best Actress – Miniseries or Television Film for Taylor-Joy. She also won the Critics’ Choice Television Award for Best Actress in a Movie/Miniseries and the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Miniseries or Television Movie.

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  1. this scene doesn't have on the Netflix platform, or it does and I didn't see it

  2. Villain and the Hero – Elizabeth Harmon herself

  3. omg she saw the thing the grandmaster always look at!

  4. This was one of the most beautifully written shows. I love that it’s obviously womens empowerment, but it’s WAY BEYOND that.

    1) She has disadvantages in life, and instead of being a victim, she found solutions (clothes, money, chess boards, house, payments)

    2) She has issues relating to people, and kept her personality while STILL making effort to be a better friend/person with communication

    3) She was attacked by both genders and still focused on perfecting her craft

    4) Although she was the best, she used her time to try to find flaws in her game. She read books on theories to better her knowledge. She focused on perfecting details instead of marinating in compliments

    5) Her awards were great, but meant nothing to her. She took pride in advancing. And instead of celebrating her greatest victory, she went to the park to be around energy of people who LOVE THE GAME. She loved the game, not the fame.

    There’s so much I got from this show. It’s relatable to men women young old black white. DETAILS matter, perfecting your craft matters, improvement matters, sportsmanship matters, support matters. Beautiful show!!!

  5. The moment she breathed in and out, I knew the ceiling chess was coming. Incredible

  6. Why does Poland actor play Russian? Hahahahaha

  7. Ya que todos están diciendo lo que les gusta de Borgov, aquí voy yo. A mí me gusta que incluso cuando Beth perdió ya dos veces, (sin mencionar que en la segunda ocasión, ella estaba con una peda enorme) no la subestima; lo deja muy claro en el ascensor, sabe que a pesar de sus fallas pasadas, ella se había esforzado para llegar hasta ese punto.

  8. Most unrealistic part is the conplete and utter absence of coughing

  9. The different camera angles are really interesting.brings out a lot of depth to the game of chess and the movie

  10. was thera a break after 1:00 min ? I mean her clothes were different at 1:01 ?

  11. wasn't he mostly done w her pawn to challenge castle at 1:13?… I cannot see an iteration that doesn't result in his resigning. he didnt "need" to take the pawn but would just delay her end game onslaught. he is absolutely cornered with pieces that can barely defend …. novice here… but I see nothing good happening after her move to challenge the castle… the eventual pawn forward ready almost to promote… by the time he moves his queen twice back to back it is way over.

  12. did the chess halls in Russia really look like this back then?

  13. after this ending scene our chess queen nona gafrindashvili get 5 milion dolar by the court

  14. I wish I could look up at the roof and see a chess game.

  15. "[Borgov] shouldn't be smiling." – World Chess Champion, Magnus Carlsen.

  16. There were a lot of chess sets sold after this series came out.

  17. Me trying to perform queen's gambit

    "qUeEnS gAmBiT: dEcLInEd"

  18. Ain't no way they added a final boss to chess 💀

  19. The looking at ceiling was totally unnecesary. The whole point of her looking at ceiling and "playing" chess was about her not having actual chess board when she was kid. What is the point making plan on ceiling, when she has actual board before her eyes?

  20. I'm a producer at Netflix we only want shows where women dominate men – this now called a 'Queen' in woke America. Women call men pathetic or hit them is ok. Men doing better than female in any way or defending themselves if assaulted – show cancelled. Women and children and LGBTIQ+ first – men last, men will be cancelled.

  21. what was that move bruh he had the whole fucking night to think about it and still made the single worst possible movie he could'done xd

  22. I have a random questoin there a part she was wearing black and then like mashed potato dress part

  23. She is hikaru she got stockfish in ceiling

  24. Why cant it just be some unattractive person. You never seen unattractive actors

  25. If that game was real Beth would get accused of cheating looking at the celling even tho there's nothing there lol

  26. Women can win against men only in movies, lol

  27. Amo el momento en que Anna Taylor Joy dice "Yo soy la gambito de dama", y empieza a gambetear por todo el lugar.

  28. Show was unrealistic. Mot a single cough in the audience.

  29. the computer library-مكتبة الكمبيوتر says:

    Guys is this film made on photoshop?

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