I think most of you are missing the point entirely. As I've stated, I think there should be limits. If you just assume the worst case scenarios that the developers obviously wouldn't even implement, then of course you're going to think it's a bad idea. At its core, though. You know it isn't.
Nope, sorry. It really is a bad idea. We've gone into great detail as to why, it should be plenty obvious by now. Don't worry though, it's not the first time and it won't be the last where the OP refuses to listen to all reason, so you've got good company.
Just to drop the final nail in the coffin on this, it's extremely unlikely (if not outright impossible) that any major changes will be done to the PTCGO without it first being applied to the physical game. A filter/ban rule would probably be deemed rather silly in a face-to-face tournament environment. Imagine going to your local league, and auto-losing because your decks keep getting banned out.
So it's just not gonna happen. Every single time that there has been a complaint about balance (or annoyingness) in the PTCGO, the final verdict has been that the virtual game must accurately reflect the physical one. AFAIK, no card has ever been banned, limited, or anything of the sort in the PTCGO without it first being restricted in the physical one.
At the risk of sounding redundant, your suggestion is not viable, both for practical issues and formal issues. Not like I expect you to listen, but it's all we can tell you at this point.
As for noob, though. Who's on the top of the leaderboard all the time and has nearly every single card in every single set? OH. Right. Me.
Just to be clear, most people don't give two flops about the leaderboards or how big of a collection you have. Not to mention it's completely irrelevant with regards to your suggestion. A bad idea is bad regardless of whether it comes from a noob or an experienced player.
Edited by Sakura150612, 27 October 2018 - 03:49 PM.