It was (very briefly) the #2 bot after SandboxDT.
It's only does 1-v-1, so no need for anything fancy in the movement. It has two timers, a move timer and a stop timer. When it is moving, it subtracts one from the move timer. When it reaches its current destination, (or when the move timer reaches 0, which ever happens first) it sits still and starts counting down on the stop timer. When both timers have reached zero, it picks a new random place on the field to drive to (trying to stay perpendicular to the enemy) and sets both timers to random numbers. The stop timer is not set all of the time, sometimes it is set to 0. The system is similar to DuelistMicro's movement, except with 2 timers instead of one.
Using VirtualBullets. It saves data on the success rates for virtual bullets between matches. It used to have the best aim of any bot out there. :-)
Want melee? Try DuelistMiniMelee. This bot is 1-v-1 only.
Data on the success rates of virtual bullets. It can fit data on about 100 opponents before it runs out of room.
Duelist (My first good bot) + Mini (Because it's a MiniBot)
Sorry, It's not open-source. Feel free to look at DuelistMicro (Which is 80% the same anyway) and use whatever you like. Please give me credit if you use any of my code.
Currently it's #2 in 1-v-1. What's next is being #1. :-D
Wow that was a long time ago. -- Kuuran
:'( --David Alves
A long time ago indeed. Yet it still holds a top-20 position amongst minis! -- PEZ
About a year ago. Thanks PEZ. :-) --David Alves
So how does this super-secret gun work? :-) I wondered about it for a while now. -- Jamougha
Eh, it's not that great now, a year after it was written, but I think it would do better in the TargetingChallenge than any of the other bots from the same time period. Maybe 82-85%. It's just an ordinary GuessFactor gun, but back then GuessFactor guns were a rarity, only Paul and I used them (and Tad a while later). It had more segments than DuelistMicro, so it had better aim. --David Alves