One thing that really affects the ability to enjoy playing here is the structure of tournaments.
The blind structure is such that in many of the tournaments if you play fairly tight, you cannot afford to lose more than one or two pots without ending up where you can only play shove or nothing. Recently I have played in several 1 million chips tournaments and they have seemed incredibly inhibited, with no one wanting to take risks.
Tonight I played in a cheapo Bankroll Builder tournament, and it was a revelation. After the first hour there were still many stacks with 30-50 big blinds and the opportunity to play some real poker, whereas most of the tournaments quickly reach the shove-or-fold stage once the blinds start to escalate.
I did not win, although I made the money, because with a stack of over 100,000 chips I shoved on the flop with two pairs of queens and tens, and was called by TWO larger stacks, one of which hit a flush on the river. Disappointing, but a lot of fun, and the top prize was only 46,000 chips, so not a lot on inhibition after the bubble.