Probability of drawing a card

What's the probability of drawing a card of a standard poker card deck, if 10 cards are removed and opponent have drawn 5 cards?

• Don't you mean a specific card? The probability of drawing one of 37 cards is 100%, but the probability of drawing one of those is $\displaystyle \frac{1}{37}$. – El'endia Starman May 27 '11 at 20:23

If $10$ cards were removed and someone else has already drawn $5$, there are $37$ cards left. If you are asking "What is the probability of drawing a particular card which I know is still remaining in the deck?" the answer is $1/37$. If you are asking "What is the probability of drawing a particular card, given that I don't know whether it has been drawn yet?" the answer is $1/52$, as just knowing that cards have been removed doesn't give you any usable information. You can think about it more clearly as "What is the probability that the 16th card in the deck is something specific?" That does not depend at all on what the first 15 cards are, unless you actually know what the first 15 cards are.
If the question is, "If I am playing poker, what is the probability that I will draw a card" the answer is $0$ or $1$, depending on whether you have anted up or not.