"Wot, both of 'em? Not much filler there, I'm afraid."
I can pad it out with games you should have lost and then games should have won.
I have established you have that excellent book Tartakower & Du Mont's 500.
Every library should have a copy, infact a chess library need only contain
this one book to turn your avergae joe into a chess player.
But you have to read it, study it, devour it....
Game 111 Faktor - Rubinstein
, the note after Black's 60th move.
It starts 'Most instructive for the beginner - is as follows'.
Warning you that even the most easily won looking endings hide miracles.
The first game of yours I looked at (a draw).
I discovered you should have lost and then should have won.
First we look at a position in the game you should have lost.
M Ivan - moonbus RHP 2013 Game 9834715
White should have played 15.Bxc1 instead of 15,Qxc1 that appears to be easily winning for White.
That is the win White missed. Same game, many moves later. The miracle I mentioned earlier.
Black (Moonbus) to play.
Black played 33...f5 and the game was drawn, Whte cannot get his King in.
Black should have saved up f5 as tempo burner and the Black King gets in.