Fans of the drama were able to enjoy the Netflix streaming platform miniseries The Queen’s Gambit, which arrived on October 23 with a total of 7 episodes.
The series tells the life of Beth Harmon, played by Anya Taylor-Joy, who is an orphan addicted to the game of chess and seeks to become the best player in the world.
In The Queen’s Gambit, Harmon has been a chess genius since childhood, spent in an orphanage and kept competing at the highest levels.
The 7 episodes of the first and only season of The Queen’s Gambit, explore in some intimate way its evolution in a universe where it must fight to the end to prove that it is the best.
And is that while the Netflix miniseries The Queen’s Gambit is about the game of chess, mathematics is very far from the plot of the new program.
Well, as you can see in the image, the unforgivable mistake of episode 1 of The Queen’s Gambit, Beth is in class and her teacher writes down on the board some fairly simple multiplications that do not need the calculator.
In this sense, the image on the board shows the mistake made by the teacher in The Queen’s Gambit, who wrote on her board the multiplication of 5×3 with a result of 18, with 15 being correct.