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Revision 64 . . (edit) March 5, 2009 2:16 EST by Zyx [Fixed signature]
Revision 63 . . March 5, 2009 2:14 EST by Zyx [AntiSurfer]
Revision 62 . . March 5, 2009 0:56 EST by Nat
Revision 61 . . March 4, 2009 16:21 EST by h128-108.reznet.ucalgary.ca [Troubles of anti-surfer]
Revision 60 . . March 4, 2009 15:16 EST by Nat
Revision 59 . . June 12, 2008 11:10 EST by Skilgannon [more info is better]

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I once tried a similar aproach, but as Rednaxela said, it wasn't good. Besides all he said, you also have to consider that many surfers don't go to the safest place they can, just a safe enough, in my last tests I actuallt found it better to stop as much as possible is better, so I if the stop danger is only a bit bigger than the orbit danger, I will stop. I believe this is because the "safest" place doesn't mean sure dodge, having low velocity gives your bot more symmetric reach points on either direction and you keep changing what segment uses your enemy. But those are just guesses ;) --zyx

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