A pair of California residents have filed a lawsuit against beleaguered online gaming giant Full Tilt Poker. These two men, who go by the names of Larry Kennedy and Greg Omotoy, have accused the poker site of participating in “a pattern of racketeering” and “brazen money-laundering.”

In total, Kennedy and Omotoy are seeking some $900 million in damages through the federal courts. According to iGaming Business, “The California suit alleges that Bovada Poker owes plaintiff Omotoy ten dollars while Kennedy is purportedly due $120,000.”

All of the usual parties have been named as defendants. Chief Executive Officer Ray Bitar, Chris Ferguson, and Howard Lederer are hailed as the operators of the illegal operation, while former Full Tilt Pros Phil Ivery and Gus Hansen are cited for their involvement in popularizing the site.

At this point, the bringing to bear of these lawsuits should surprise absolutely no one. A group of Canadian players filed a similar assault recently, and Full Tilt remains mired in their mess with the Alderney Gaming Council. No matter what the outcome may be in court, the company will need a financial and public relations miracle if they hope to regain any measure of their former stature.