I feel Blitz games should not really be analysed, they should be enjoyed.
However you can see where quick snap judgement calls and 'obvious' moves
should have been played.
In the first one. Here, White to play.
Morphy or Chigorin would have played 16.d6 instantly followed by Nd5.
You don't analyse such moves you just play them, they are good.
Black is bottled up with a near naked King.
The fact it was missed, even in a blitz game, tells me you know the opening
moves of the Evans but not the games that Morphy, Chigorin and Speilmann
And if someone posts them in a PGN moving thingy thing and you watch them
skip past. That is not knowing them. You have seen a trailer. Not the whole film.
In the second game it was completely unrecognisable as an Evans.
White sacced the b-pawn to defend.
Black even missed the Back Rank weakness. Here Black to play.
Black played 19...Qd6?
19...Nxa1 is good it wins and not hard to see in a 15 minutes game.
The 3rd game. Here.
White played 11.Rb1?? You are not an Evans Gambiteer.
I don't care if you won the game. I stopped here.
I would have congratulated you for saccing the Rook and losing.
11.exf6 must be correct.
Any chance to swap an undeveloped Rook for the f6 Knight covering a
castled postion MUST BE PLAYED.
You toss overboard any piece not doing anything just for the tempo and if
it happens to take a developed piece with it then so much the better.
Have you never seen a game with a double Rook sacrifice?
These things are not beyond you. You too can produce these mini masterpieces.
Tactical play can be taught, you need not be gifted.
But you must be willing to learn your craft.
Board out and a book of noted up classical and romantic games.
Study and learn how these guys exploited weakness's, turned a single tempo
into a raging torrent and used every tactical trick in the book.
Obviously you have not studied these great games.
And in a way I envy you because you are going to learn so much very quickly
and you will have great fun in doing so.