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Done it!612:31, 3 June 2013

It seems we are in front of LittleBlackBook! Who says adaptive general purpose movement and targeting can't match hard-coded behaviour? =)

Skilgannon15:59, 4 May 2013

Well, I'm curious to see where an updated LBB would rank... :-) But still, amazing work, huge congrats dudes!

Voidious18:45, 4 May 2013

Wow! Great job, Skilgannon! First place APS, second place PWIN, first place ANPP, fifth place Vote, and first place Survival.

However, Voidious does have a point. If Miked0801 ever updates LBB's tables, LBB could rise into the 80's.

Sheldor21:28, 4 May 2013

Yeah, considering it was at about 80% in micro, I think 82% in nano wouldn't be too hard to believe. Oh well, I guess we'll have to keep improving Yatagan then =)

Skilgannon22:10, 4 May 2013

I had a quick look at the archives. In July 2011 when the current LBB 1.69e version came out it was at 84.19% APS!
So that is how good LBB is when its tables are up to date. Scary that after 2 years of inattention and with 30 bots showing a > 20 KNNPBI it is still at #3 with a 76.49% APS.
So even without any code updates just adding those missing bots to its tables would most likely see it reclaim the throne.

Nz.jdc (talk)12:31, 3 June 2013

And if LBB 2.0 is based on Yatagan, then you'll really have your work cut out for you... :-P

But seriously, a 2 APS lead on the next non-LBB bot is crazy awesome.

Voidious22:14, 4 May 2013


It looks like Yatagan broke into the 80's! It now holds the nano throne by a margin of over 1.6% APS. And, it has less than 2% PWIN between it and Fuatisha.

Just for fun, let's try a version with integer initialized to 64, and with division-based reduction instead of decrementation. I'm pretty sure it would hurt APS, but hey, it's worth a shot.

Sheldor14:37, 6 May 2013