White had to generate counter-play on the Kingside. The move h4 must always be
followed up with h5 regardless of what is happening on the Queenside or the centre.
You must open that h-file.
White is close to the "I hope he botches his attack phase." and will be
relying on his opponent seeing ghost.
The hit on the d-pawn should have been ignored and h5 played to get things
going on the Kingside.
Always remember weaker player find it easier to attack than defend.
They tend to spot combo's for them but fail to see combo's against them.
Perfect case in point.
G. Chandler - Miller Edinburgh Summer Cup 1978.
You will see me miss things but opponent misses my last combo.
Also notice the influence of the books and games I had seen at that time.