You've got a problem - either you solve it or not. Draw is impossible.
This is my sentence. I used it when describing a mathematician and mathematics in general. The figurative meaning is that you fight a mathematical problem in a game. You either win (solve it) or lose (can't solve it). There is no third outcome.
A native speaker said that these particular sentences don't make sense. I was left wondering what might cause problems? 'Draw' means 'tie' in a sport, when neither side has won.
I can rephrase it only this way:
You've got a puzzle, and you either solve it or not. A tie is impossible.