I play white against the Sicilian with an early Nc6. I bring my bishop home to f1 and push d2-d4. Black takes a big risk by pushing his kingside pawns. At some point the position becomes very active and crazy. I find an important combination when unexpectedly black gets counter-chances. I discuss after the game what different options black had. I think in one variation i miss that after Rxh6 black can win my rook with Ne2+. Maybe after Qb6 i have to protect on d4 with Rc5 or some other idea.