Morten Klein limped in from the hijack seat, and then Scott Seiver raised all in for 695,000 from the cutoff seat. In the small blind, Jake Schindler called all in for 435,000, and action folded back to Klein. He gave it up, leaving Seiver with the against the for Schindler.
"This is my specialty!" exclaimed Seiver about being in a race with Schindler.
The flop came down and so far Seiver maintained his lead. The turn was the to pair the board and add some counterfeit outs for Schindler, but the on the river blanked off.
For a split second, Seiver thought Schindler had two hearts in his hand, so he was scared of the flush coming in on the end, but he then realized he won the pot.
"Oh my god!" said Seiver with a big laugh. "I thought he had hearts, and I was rooting for no heart!"
Schindler finished in 10th place following the bust of Ryan Fee in 11th place, and the 2014 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure $25,000 High Roller champion took home €92,400 for his effort.