The Queen's Gambit (2020) is a mini-series that follows the story of an eight-year-old orphan who found herself through chess. She was underrated by nearly every single person throughout her life of being discarded and having to endure the child care system, but she found success and independence after she became a champion chess player. She took naturally to the game as a child and then continued to compete in chess tournaments that garnered her a lot of acclaim and attention. Of course, attention isn't always a good thing because not everyone can handle it well. The real problem is that she also starts to battle with psychosis and other mental illnesses. She has to struggle with her own mental problems so that she can continue her reign as the queen of chess. Anya Taylor-Joy plays Beth Harmon to perfection. This big-eyed, skinny doll flashes her brown peepers at us while we hope to see a peep of her pair. We sadly don't, but there are a lot of scenes that feature Anya in a short ginger wig and nothing but her skivvies. She wears a black bra and matching panties that show off her perfect porcelain frame. We also get to see her wear a lily-white bra that accentuates her cone boobs. And at one point we think that we ALMOST see her breasts, but she hides them underneath bed covers. Perhaps next time she'll take it all off so that we can see this little queen's royal jewels. Your move, Anya Taylor-Joy.