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Targeting the opposite corner is a good idea. Many bots go to the corner and there are 11 bots. Maybe it can use a head-on or a linear gun when there are less bots to increase the hitting probability.
But it would be worser against a minimum risk mover. They try to dodge head-on, linear, circular targeting but they don't dodge opposite corner targeting.
Basic minimum risk mover does not care about targeting, it just wants to flee to the position with the least risk. With other words, away from any opponent.