My coach wants me to play 100 slow games per year (slow: G/60 or slower) against USCF 2000-2100 opposition (roughly 1930-2030 FIDE).
I just played in the U2100 North American Open last week, which was good for 7 games, but traveling and paying high entry fees is a tough way to get games. Playing slow games online is difficult because no one wants to sit for 5 hours online, not to mention the chances of running into cheaters.
Finally, I live in Boulder CO which is a pretty dead chess scene, so finding live opposition is quite difficult.
What is the "best" way to find training partners, either live or via video Skype (to forestall cheating and give a "live" feeling) in the proper rating range? It doesn't seem USCF publishes email lists of players, so it's difficult to reach out to their members.