One of the best ways to learn chess is by closely observing how Masters and Grandmasters play the game. If you want to improve, you should spend a certain amount of time analyzing and going over the games of strong players every day. The key is to understand why the moves were made, what was the plan and thinking behind it. You can learn an enormous number of ideas from studying classic games. Today we will take a look at 9 of those games, fully annotated for your convenience.