I recently played 3 OTB as black for my team, in which a similar variation of the open Sicilian (Najdorf) was played.
This happens to be one of the openings I know best (unlike for instance 1.c4 when I'm basically out of 'book' on move 1), so for a change it was nice to have a little opening advantage OTB.
I think all 3 games have elements that are critical to the typical Najdorf, such as white wasting tempi in the opening giving black a great position, or black screwing up the attack in which case white wins.
(That was me in the second game, and almost in the third).
I've put in some short comments about my thoughts during the game.
They are only clublevel games but I had good fun, hope you enjoy
Opponent (1755) - me (1817)
Opponent (1945) - me (1817)
Opponent (1801) - me (1817)