Do you have what it takes to be a Chess Grand Master? Now you can find out. Riding on the popularity of Netflix’s series The Queen’s Gambit, Chess.com now has a Beth Harmon bot on its app that you can play against to see if you could hold up to the prodigy.
You can choose to play Beth at any age she appeared during the Netflix series, from the 8-year-old beginner Beth at the orphanage, to the 22-year-old master Beth who has a score of 2400 at the time the show ended.
Think you stand a chance? Try for yourself and play Beth here.
Netflix has reported that 62 million households streamed The Queens Gambit‘ during its first 28 days, leading it to become the streamer’s most-watched scripted limited series. The show has seen unprecedented success globally, landing in the Top 10 in 92 countries and ranking No. 1 in 63 countries.
The show is based on Walter Tevis’ 1983 book about a young chess prodigy and has rocketed the novel onto The New York Times bestseller list 37 years after its release.
The Queen’s Gambit also has achieved a rare 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.