I learned chess as a kid, and have played sporadically through the years, mostly against computers. I am familiar with the principles of it, such as holding/attacking the center and the strengths and relative value of the pieces, and tend to look a move or two ahead. However, I've never played "officially" or competitively, and I've never had a rating nor learned openings. Recently seeing Queen's Gambit (I'm halfway through, no spoilers please) and seeing a couple mentions of chess.com from friends elsewhere, I fired up an account there (MightierQ, please feel free to friend me) and have played some games against the computer opponents winning up to the 1500 rating opponents where I'm now 1-1. So what I'm looking to do is take the next step, to get "good but not great". I'm not going to start living and breathing chess, and I'm not really eager to play lots of human opponents, but spend maybe 30-60min every day or two to leverage my familiarity with the game into being better at it, and oh by the way establish my rating. I'm guessing that this means learning the fundamentals of the openings and actually analyzing the games I do play, aside from just playing more regularly. Does anyone have any recommendations or advice for me in going forward?