Robert Tepper is one of the few names we're not particularly familiar with in this remaining field, and he's now in danger of leaving us.
His troubles began when Andrew Robl opened the pot with a raise in front of him. Tepper looked down at and three-bet to 6,000, and Robl shoved back over the top for 37,500 total. Tepper, of course, called quickly, and Robl's had himself in a world of trouble.
The dealer saved Robl's tournament life, though, spreading a board to secure his unlikely double.