Yup!. Check all checks if you don't your opponent will.
How did it end? On time? That is not a straight forward win.
Rook v Knight with pawns on the same side the limitations of the short
stepping Knight can be masked.
The Lasker boys showed a good draw in 1924 K+N v K+R+P.
Suppose in blitz chess with no 3 fold rep available White can turn the game
into a complete farce by playing Rook a1-a8 til the clock runs down.
It always amuses me to see players doing this, as if the result of a skittles
blitz really matters. If it comes down to that and I'm ahead on time I usually
offer a draw.
No need to think you were lost after 'swapping' the Bishop for a Rook.
(The exchange is minimal in blitz.)
you played 26...Ne2+ took the f-pawn and White took off the Queens with Qb3.
Save up your checks till they really do mean something.
Let's have some fun. Come fly with me.