If you love 5 Card Draw so much that you'd want to play a bajillion hands of it against the same guy, then this is the game for you.
By Ned Jordan
Poker with Bob pretty much describes what you get with this game. It's you versus Bob in a game of poker. One opponent, Bob, one poker variant, 5 Card Draw, and that's about it. The object of the game is to beat Bob at poker by taking all of his money, but it will take a lot of hands for you to do that. Once you eventually do beat Bob you win the right to play against a better-dressed Bob in a slightly more upscale location, but other than a new look for Bob there's not that much of a difference between the levels when you get right down to it.
Five Card Draw is poker at its most basic form, especially when you play against Bob. He's a pretty straightforward player, and you can have a pretty good idea of what he's holding by the size of his bets and the number of cards he draws. It won't take long for you to figure out how to wear him down and separate him from his money if you've got a decent grasp of basic poker strategy. If Bob's straightforward play wears thin then you can replace him with a human opponent and play over Bluetooth, but that always begs the questions of why don't you both just get a deck of cards instead? At least that way you could occasionally thrown in a game of Stud or Hold 'Em as well.