Based on the critical velocity model, impact and capture efficiencies in an AGTB turbine cascade are investigated numerically under various inlet angles of mainstream, blowing ratios, particle sizes, and particle densities. The effect of hole configuration on deposition is analyzed based on comparisons of results from combined hole and cylindrical hole. The impact efficiency increases with the increase of particle size. Impact area on pressure side of blade surface expands with increasing of the mainstream inlet angle from 123 deg to 143 deg. The capture efficiency decreases with the increase of blowing ratio for 10 µm particles. For particles with densities of 1485 kg/m3, 1980 kg/m3, and 2475 kg/m3, the maximum capture efficiency is reached when the particle size is 5 µm. The particle capture efficiency for the combined hole is up to 3.9% lower than that for cylindrical hole when the mainstream inlet angle is 123 deg.