This discussion is for you to explain, critique (nicely), and otherwise show how awesome your strategy was and why you think it'd win. Please no code, just written explanations if you feel like it. Upvote those strategies you really like and we'll see if the most popular strategies actually win!
Some questions to get you started.
Why does always slack not necessarily win?
How does one identify individual players and play tit-for-tat or other colluding strategies? Can one even?
What is the purpose of m? It adds to everyone, so what difference does it make?
Is it better to construct a really good fixed strategy via game theory, or try a bunch and evolve the strategy over time (machine learning)?