I just sat and stared and it. Maybe in view of what happened Qxb5 first.
Maybe the whole exchnage sac was wrong but I play how I play OTB.
I would do it again.
In the second game my silly c4 and d5 plan. White to play.
I played d5 expecting exd5 when my h6 Rook is back in the game with
possible sacs on c6.
Black cannot play Nxe5 because I have Qb2. This looks great for White.
I played d5 and after Nxe5.
I now see Qb2 hitting the Knight and b7 meets Nxd3+ winning the Queen.
I now have to grovel a perpetual.
Here I left two pieces hanging.
You obviously cannot take the Bishop Rc1+ will cut Black up.
Taking the Knight allows a perpetual at the very least. I have two checks
on d7 or c5 to look at.
Here was another blunder. White to play.
I should just take the b1 Rook but I was so chuffed to see Nd5.
Which stops all the Queen checks and ties the Queen to holding c7
and allows the pawn to go on I totally missed Black can play Rb2+.
I only saw it the moment after I pressed 'send'. ( you missed it too.)
1...Rc2+ 2.Kc1 Qc5!
Now what is happening?
All good fun.