Full Tilt Poker's domain was seized back in 2011 by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the former CEO was sentenced and forced to forfeit assets that included US$40 million in cash and a number of properties two years later.

That's just the tip of the iceberg of the long journey Full Tilt Poker has taken in the last few years. That hasn't stopped Valve from allowing the free-to-play poker software to launch on its distribution platform, though.