One extra wrap makes these knots longer, wider and better able to fill a wider shirt collar like a wide spread, especially with a thinner necktie. Each alternative preserves the four in hand's asymmetry, and the air of nonchalance that is slightly compromised by the regularity of the half and full windsor. The only difference between the two is that the large end of the tie goes through the inner wrap for an Albert and the outer wrap for the Victoria.
Both knots have the secondary benefit of using an extra couple inches of tie length, which, like the windsors, make them useful for ties that might otherwise hang below the waistband.
Add a dimple to either and be ready to face the day.