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We play generally five card draw poker with friends at home and we play with 32 cards, not 52.

Could someone show me the way of calculating my drawing odds?

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    You need to be a little more specific about what you're asking here - what odds are you trying to calculate exactly? There is a reasonably good answer here which gives an intro to probability math for poker which you might also find helpful.
    – 3N1GM4
    May 10 '17 at 11:41
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    The number of cards in a deck only effects the numbers used for calculating odds, not how to calculate them.
    – Herb
    May 11 '17 at 3:45
  • did you lose some of the cards? ;-D
    – user1934
    May 16 '17 at 1:26
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If you have one out its at a base level, 1/32 which is approx. 3.125 %.

This doesn't factor in discounted outs or redistribution of discarded cards, as I'm assuming this happens with a 32 Card deck and playing 5 card draw. As your blind to this, it would be very difficult to do. If you're playing single or triple draw this would vary the odds also.

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Can only assume you are playing with 8 of each suite.

Now it is harder to make a straight and flush so order of the hand need to be reevaluate.

straight = 4 * 5^4 / combin(32,5)       = 0.0031036469  

flush = 4 * combin(8, 5) / combin(32,5) = 0.0013904338 

full house  13 * combin(8, 3) * 12 * combin(8, 2) / combin(32,5) = 0.0185920864

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