I created an account for the sole purpose of begging you to do a bridge episode on 3MA. As a long time fan of all types of games, I've recently jumped back into bridge with a passion after learning the game from my parents two decades ago. Bridge seems almost tailor-made for the modern strategy gamer: teamwork and communication (bidding), tactics (finesse, hold up play), strategy (sacrifices, when to push for game, when to go for overtricks vs. play it safe) and a thriving metagame (bidding conventions). The big innovation (obviously this not recent, but feels unique among games now) is playing duplicate -- this means you are judged based on how you play the _same_ cards as other people. This leads to a game that has imperfect information (the cards your opponents have) but very little luck (you are judged based on how well you handle the _same_ imperfect information as others).
Well, obviously, I like bridge. I think your audience (and you) might as well.