Also, per your suggestion, I added labels to my distributions, so you can see the numbers now.

Thanks.

]]>I initially was going to do what you did y pick a strategy that performed well against the submissions of the first round. Then I looked at the answer I got and I looked at the winning solution of the late round, and realized they looked very similar. I then realized this was a mistake; I’m just picking a slightly different version of the strategy that won the previous round, and I could have picked the actual winning strategy and have done just as well. That’s what I DON’T want to do, since many people may opt to pick the winning strategy and many will opt to pick a strategy that beats the winning strategy. So I chose the strategy that did the best IN THE LAST ROUND OF SIMULATED STRATEGIES, which would have allowed for this dynamic to play out.

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