I have a question about how to handle someone going nuts at the table. Background is that I have played with this guy once before. I had played with him for about 2 hours in the first session in which I watched him take his stack from $1300 up to just over $2K in a $1-$3NL game. From some of the other players, he had rebought twice, so he was in for $900. In the first session before eventually spewing off the 2K stack a couple hundred at a time, he would raise every pot preflop in the 30-40 dollar range. On the flop, he would bet someone in the range of 40-60 dollars occasionally up to $100. Any turn would essentially have anyone all-in if they had a normal $300 buy-in.
In the next session, this guy sits down and starts the same song. He claims to be some kind of semi-pro, traveling for the circuit events, but I haven't looked anything up. From what I can tell, they guy has deep enough pockets that he should/could be playing a bigger game but likes the lower limits. He goes on to talk about the reason he does so well is because of guys like us (the rest of the people at the table) and how bad they play. He's trying to tilt as many people as possible with this and visually you can see it getting to some of the players but they aren't showing it so much in their calling/raising. He raises every pot, surprisingly gets lucky a good portion of the time. I end up playing 4 pots against him, (AA cracked by KT, AK that hold up against a hand he doesn't show but led out the whole way, QQ that gets cracked by 66 when he flops a set and then KK that hold up to my all-in but he doesn't show). I don't say anything when I rake a pot but he keeps on chatting it up and getting a little to touchy for my liking. I leave even for the time that he sits at the table, but I'd like to get some opinions on how to handle someone who plays like that. He bought in 3 times total in this session before I left with really no regard for the money. I know this because he tells us that money means nothing to him. I know at a table, the money doesn't exist and I'm pretty good about separating that from the game, but when you go to play a game with 1 to 2 buy-ins and someone essentially changes a small 1-3NL game into more of a 5-10 game and bombs it on the flop, turn and river, how to you play back at that? Also, at the point that he comes to the game, it's around 2am and there isn't an option to change tables. I'm probably leaving some info out but, any advice/criticism is appreciated.