Practice Poker is our final project for the Software Engineering class at the University of Missouri - Columbia.
Practice poker is designed to teach students how to play Five card draw poker (without the gambling aspect), using a standard deck of 52 cards.
A list of a few of the many interesting features of Practice Poker is given below:
- Advice mode - provides you with information about potential hands such as four sequential cards forming an outside straight
- X-Ray vision mode - allows a player to see the cards each AI player holds
- One to three computer players with personalized names
- User selectable number of rounds to play
- User selectable card backgrounds
- Rules reference screen - shows a brief summary of the rules for five card draw poker
- Odds reference screen - shows the odds of improving a given hand by discarding cards
- Glossary reference screen - shows a glossary of poker and card playing terminology
You can download the demo by clicking right here.
Practice Poker is Copyright (C) 2003 by
- Yaser Alnarni
- Antwinette Avery
- Marirel Hadad
- John Mowrey
- Michael Noland