Zoroark-GX is a strong card, but it hasn't reached the level where TPCi is likely to ban it. Cards get banned because of things like preventing you from playing Item cards before you've even had your first turn, or preventing you from evolving before you've had the chance to manually evolve at all. I don't recall TPCi ever banning something because it was played too often.
Unfortunately, that doesn't solve your problem of running into it more than you'd like. If you don't wish to take advantage of it e.g. run something that enjoys pounding on Zoroark-GX, then try altering the time of day you play, or switching decks in general. Doing so should affect who the PTCGO has you face in matches. If Zoroark-GX is ever seen as a problem, it still might not be the card to ban. Sounds strange, but Zoroark-GX is good because of various combos, which then lead to various decks.
TPCi banned Shiftry (BW - Next Destinies 72/99) instead of Forest of Giant Plants when First Turn Win decks using Shiftry materialized in Expanded. Eventually, when XY - Ancient Origins (the set that contains Forest of Giant Plants) was slated to rotate from the Standard Format, TPC or TPCi (I don't remember which) banned Forest of Giant Plants and brought Shiftry back. It finally mattered to them that Vileplume (XY - Ancient Origins 3/98) could lock down Items before the other player even got a turn, that spamming Decidueye-GX could take out smaller evolving Basics before the other player ever got a turn, potentially winning the game outright or at least making it incredibly difficult for the other player to set up.
Edited by Otakutron, 11 February 2019 - 07:38 PM.
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