Some Chess Coaches suggest to memorize chess games, some say its enough to just watch many of master's games.
I will try to memorize some games from this book : The Mammoth Book of the World's Greatest Chess Games by Graham Burgess (Author), John Nunn (Author), John Emms (Author)
That's the first game to memorize:
Edit: I have the impression that this game had already an influence on my play. I used the "method" of pushing the central pawns with "high" costs in a rapid game. But maybe i would have done that anyway?
So i wonder if the main goal should be: to learn ( situation -> method ) pairs. That was the idea of Laszlo Polgar in his "Bibles" ( Chess Middlegames, Chess Endgames ). I will re-read what Themposchlucker said about this. I did not like the high quantity's of errors in Polgar's examples..