You might know of classical roulette as a striking red, black and gold rolling wheel in a semi-lightened bar room out in a shady part of town, where fortunes are made and lost; but, that is an outdated view of the popular French-named game. These days, you can simply log-on at a reputable casino on the World Wide Web and play Flash roulette, which is simply roulette supported by the uber-popular Adobe multimedia animation platform – which just so happens to render the game (which means little wheel in French) in sizzling and realistic detail. Because it doesn’t require the normal casino software to play, Flash roulette is quickly rising in popularity, with no evidence of slowing down. Currently; there still aren’t many casinos that opt for his medium, compared to the number of sign-up-and-download types already established out there. However; the smoothly bouncing ball graphics, the crisply-rendered green tables full of chips and numbers, and the realistic roulette wheel when done in Flash is bringing visitors in droves to the few websites that do offer this.