When there's a near 100% vpip station on your left, would you ever change seats to the other side of the table? There's a particular station who every now and then lands directly on my left and I'm not sure how I feel about this. It's very easy for him to trap and commit me with big hands since I'll be out of position. At the same time he's so loose and such a station that I feel like I can get value out of him when I'm in position even if it's across the table because I can always count on him to limp UTG and so forth. His typical sessions at a 1/2 game involve either winning 2k or losing 2k, both the result of bad play. He'll usually end up chasing a 2nd best hand, but it's hard to know whether to keep barreling him or not with an overpair when he quite literally will play any two cards to a raise. He see's every hand as an implied odds situation, and to some extent he's right if I'm going to get married to AA.
I'm just wondering if there's any particular advantage to playing with him if he's directly on my LEFT, or if despite his calling tendencies I would actually be better served playing with him when I can occasionally get position on him from some other seat at the table that doesnt involve BvB play.