It's a known fact that men are hunters by nature. They are the ones who lead the romance dance as one relationship expert puts it. When men seek after women, they seek for two reasons only:
Looking for their life-long partner, which is the other half of himself that completes him.
Secondly, they are in the chase for the complete thrill and exhilaration of the chase which is merely just a game. In this particular case, they have no intentions whatsoever of building a long lasting relationship that is built completely on love, trust, and commitment. The only thing that could possibly turn this man around where he goes in the opposite direction is that he finds something in the relationship that has lost its value or its luster. He’s no longer feels that the chase, the woman that he is chasing after is worth it any longer. So, unfortunately what happens now is you have a woman that is chasing after a man. The man now plays hard to get, and toys with the woman and her emotions and affections. If a man has truly lost interest in a woman, he simply diverts his attention and moves on. If a woman played to hard to get, he could just merely give up, because he feels it's no longer worth the effort despite the fact that he may like the challenge. His attention span will quickly look for someone else to chase after.
Most men do take the time for pursuable relationships. They immediately have a notion, whether or not this woman is going to be worth the chase. If the woman shows some interest, for the man the sky is the limit in his attempts to pursue her. He is not only driven by passion and desire, but also by an insatiable desire to win. To catch her as (hunters) his prey, this too becomes an incredible driving force. On the other side of the coin, women love to be chased and pursued. They want to see that a man is willing to do absolutely anything and everything to win her affections. The problem is, when women get too puffed up in the race, they forget the true reason of this guy's display of utter affection and they find this poor guy now as something to coyly play with like a kitten with a ball of yarn. So, if the relationship is of true worth and value, both parties will start to bond together, finding that mutual ground of respect, love and commitment, and the “Chase Ends," because they have truly found each other.