How to gain experience? Also I am fascinated that a UK site told me the same name for the bottom ones except they did not use the "false" name just "chanterelles". Also, see how smooth the false chanterelle cap is relevant to the picture? Is that a key difference?I'd steer away from the bottom one. It looks like it might be false chantrelle, Hygrophoropsis aurantiaca. They're not REALLY poisonus, but some people have reported hallucinating after consuming them so they are best considered non edible.
I is generally not a good idea to eat ANY mushroom you haven't had expertized. We tend to avoid the orange mushrooms we get in our back, even though were are 99.9% sure those are true chanterelles (and out neighbors reported getting real morels on their property).