Here's one thing that happened:
I went on a 2 week vacation
When you're doing a novice progression, a 2-week break can set you way, way back. I think you should be working at around 175. Don't try 205 again without working your way back up.
That said, there are some things.
Your first squat rep was a tad high but the rest were okay. Good job! Yes, it's weird for your deadlift to be so low compared to your squat. Why might that be?
Well, your setup for the deadlift is simply not correct.
- You have no good reason to alternate your grip. Use a double overhand hook grip with chalk.
- You are jerking the bar off the floor. That's an advanced technique. Instead, squeeeeeeeze the bar off the floor after you're already tight.
- You're letting the bar get in your head. Walk up to it with PURPOSE. Get your feet set, your grip set, your back set, take a big breath, lock everything tight in place, and squeeze the bar up your legs. Accept no rounding.
If you fix those things, you might find yourself advancing normally with the deadlift. If you feel weird having a disproportionate squat:deadlift ratio, which you don't need to feel, you could (if you want) stay at 230 for an extra couple sessions to make your form perfect. In particular, make sure you get all the way down below parallel in every rep.