A visit from an old friend forces Beth to reckon with her past and rethink her priorities, just in time for the biggest match of her life.
Did You Know?
The episode is dedicated "In memory of Iepe Rubingh
1974 - 2020.". Rubingh was a Dutch performance artist, athlete and the founder of chess boxing and World Chess Boxing Organisation (WCBO, with central Berlin, Germany in 2003). See more
When Beth peeps in on Luchenko and Borgov analyzing the adjourned game, Both Luchenko and Laev are standing at the table. Borgov looks up while pouring a drink to see who's at the door. Then the camera angle switches to behind Borgov looking towards the door and now both Laev and Luchenko are seated. See more
There's a title sequence at the end, as opposed to the previous episodes where the credits used the basic "black background, white text" format. See more
Ave Maris Stella
Written by Edward Elgar
Performed by Our Lady of Perpetual Help Chant Choir See more