For the past several days I find myself visiting the website chess.com. Sometimes I play a game of blitz chess against one of the site bots. Sometimes I play a game of blitz chess against a human. Each day I solve tactics puzzles in which I try to find the right move. More often than not, I get it right. But often enough, I miss something obvious and get the puzzle wrong. I have been a free member of this site since 2012, but had never really done much with the site until now.
Prior to the site, most of my recent chess games were against DreamChess, a free chess program that uses a chess engine called Dreamer. Dreamer is a bit better than I am at chess, but only a bit. So the games are good training.
I think how I miss playing in live chess tournaments during the age of coronavirus. But in fact, my last in-person chess tournament was years ago. I played in a few United States Chess Federation postal chess tournaments by webserver in recent years. But when chess tournaments resume on an in-person basis, I think I will play again.