In 1994 I hadn't played any serious chess for years, but I thought I was still hot stuff, so I entered a bunch of tournaments and played all challengers. I wasn't happy unless I had at least thirty games going all the time. Got hooked on correspondence chess and learned a bunch...like it pays to invest in a good chess database program (ChessBase / ChessAssistant) if you play correspondence chess because, if you've noticed, most USCF Golden Knights games begin just like many GM games. This is no coincidence since under correspondence rules players are allowed to 'study' any game that they can get their hands on.
These games are against USCF opponents rated 2000 and above.