You think you know Monopoly? There’s more to Monopoly than you’d think. From Game/Show | PBS Digital Studios.
Dwight D. Eisenhower played bridge with his fellow officers into the wee hours of the morning; Winston Churchill enjoyed playing mah-jongg and gin rummy with his family before dinner; many of the founding fathers, including Franklin, Jefferson, and Madison, were ardent players of chess; presidents from Theodore Roosevelt to Harry Truman played poker with their advisors; Abraham Lincoln played backgammon with his sons.
A short and interesting observance of how Dungeons & Dragons and other tabletop RPGs have affected popular culture. Enjoy!