Chrome Flash Player, which you used for playing games on the internet, use to run movies over an Internet, etc. If you are using Google Chrome and Flash Player is not working, then you have to manually enable it. You do not require an extra plugin for Flash in Chrome.
Chrome has its own version of Flash. To use it for any specific website you have to manually enable it. Recently, a new version of Chrome has been launched in which Flash is blocked by default. When you go to a website that requires Flash, you’ll notice a Plugin Blocker on the address bar. You will first require to enable it. See below the image
Rather than enable Flash in Chrome on all website, you should have control to in which website you want to use it. See Step by Step to manage Chrome settings for Flash Player.
How to Manually Enable Flash on Chrome
Go to your required website, you will see Plugin Blocker on Address Bar, Click to Manage
Toggle On to Ask First
Your settings will be saved automatically. After your setting have been saved, Go to your particular website and Reload to apply Flash settings on it. You will see a Pop-up to Allow Run Flash on that website. Allow it.
How to Check which site is Enabled for Flash Player
Type chrome://settings/content/flash in your address bar and you will redirect to the Flash Settings in Chrome. You can also enable flash in chrome directly from here
Flash Player not Working in Chrome for Specific Website
Go to that particular Website, Click the Lock Icon appear on the Address Bar
See Site settings at the bottom
A new tab will Open, you will see a lot of option like Location, Camera, Microphone, etc look for Flash Allow it, Go back to the page and reload it again.