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Netflix’s lush, immersive limited series “The Queen’s Gambit,” starring Anya Taylor-Joy as a midcentury chess prodigy, is both “another risk and another unexpected charmer” from creator Scott Frank, says IndieWire’s Ben Travers in his review. And although the powerful performances from Taylor-Joy, Marielle Heller, and many others help elevate the series, the stars are aided by gorgeous hair, makeup, and costumes and striking production design (from “Babylon Berlin’s” Uli Hanisch).

If you finished the series and immediately decided to learn how to play chess, this post is for you — we’ve rounded up a few affordable chess sets and some beginners’ books to help you on your quest to become a champion. If you finished the series and have the same amount of interest in chess but you immediately wanted to wallpaper your entire home, then this post is also for you. We’ve taken inspiration from the style and design of the series to select some clothes, accessories, and home goods that will help you live your ’50s dreams.

Read on for our “Queen’s Gambit”-inspired gifts.

Now that you’ve got your equipment, you’re going to want to learn how to play. Take cues from real-life chess master Bobby Fischer with “the fastest, most efficient, most enjoyable method ever devised. Whether you’re just learning the game or looking for more complex strategies, these practice problems and exercises will help you master the art of the checkmate.”

Now that you’ve gotten your new wardrobe and made a few home improvements, it’s time to rest. Make yourself an extra dirty martini with this cocktail shaker and kit of bartender’s tools, including measuring jigger, mixing spoon, muddler, strainer, ice tongs, wine opener, liquor pourers, bamboo storage rack stand, and booklet of cocktail recipes if martinis aren’t your thing.

Pour your freshly made cocktail into one of these attractive etched martini glasses. The set of four is made of lead crystal glass, and holds 10 ounces of liquid.