Why the Luchenko chess match in ‘The Queen’s Gambit’ is the most powerful game in the series

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Each of the seven episodes in Netflix latest hit series, “The Queen’s Gambit,” features the fictional chess genius Beth Harmon delivering a satisfying win against a male opponent.

But each of those wins, even the final one against Russian powerhouse Vasily Borgov, pales in comparison to the catharsis that came with her defeat of a man known simply as Luchenko.

But each of those wins, even the final one against Russian powerhouse Vasily Borgov, pales in comparison to the catharsis that came with her defeat of a man known simply as Luchenko.Beth plays the oldest player in the tournament in the penultimate game of the Russian invitational tournament.

And she needs to beat him to get to the table with Borgov and compete for the title of World Champion.It’s an unexpectedly emotional moment in the series, and by the time the credits rolled, it proved to be the most powerful match Beth had ever played.

 

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