To be honest there's little chance of me playing on there again because my impressions while a beta tester and since were not encouraging.
There are few freerolls
running, and they're generally at times which are not convenient for UK players - the comparison with networks like Prima is not favourable, when they have much larger freerolls several times a day.
There are no games running apart from HoldEm, so anyone who wants games like Omaha has no chance of playing on Tropical. Additionally, I contacted support to indicate that there were no Limit Omaha or Limit Omaha Hi/Lo tables running, and got no response or action whatsoever.
If you want to encourage real-money players, then you should probably start running some guaranteed prize pool tournaments, which would initially have a substantial overlay, as this would encourage people to participate on the site and to make a deposit.
There are few players online at any time, so there is no table selection for a given limit at HoldEm even when there is a game running.
The software is OK - it seems to work pretty well, but the major problem is the lack of players or incentives for players to participate on the site.
Personally since I had bonus dollars from the beta testing I got the chance to play on a couple of different tables. AK and AQ-type hands didn't hold up once, which could easily just be a run of bad luck, since I didn't have many bonus dollars to play with, but having lost them there aren't any particular reasons to deposit to continue playing on there. The kinds of things that would encourage a player like me to play on there would be Omaha and other games running, guaranteed tournaments (with a noticeable overlay - you'd make a loss on those initially, but would get more depositing players), rakeback (or a 'no-rake' period), more freerolls (at various times of day), etc. Also I think I requested private table creation, which would also be helpful.
I also signed up for notification for your affiliate scheme, and haven't heard anything back yet - sites like rakeback would probably offer referrals if you made it possible for them to run rake back systems, and if you offered suitable cost-per-signup payments, then affiliates like myself could offer incentivised sign-ups to try to get more players on your site, which is the biggest problem you have - why play on a site where there are only a few tables running at any given time, when you can get better offers and a much better selection of active tables on another site?