Just making you realize one vital thing:
Controlling to inflation leads to change in daily price but not in relative price. Because relative price does not change the distance from A to B (From being poor to being rich) does not change at all. This is because most important money sources - packs
and market trading - of this game are all about relative price.
Just think a moment. Lets assume we have three cards that currently cost 1000, 20000 and 5000000 clintz. Lets assume we go to -25% deflation that changes the daily values to be 750, 15000 and 3750000 clintz... so, stuff got cheaper right? - Wrong. Your main source of money - packs
and market profits - got also devalued by same amount! - You'd still need 5000 copies of cheapest card to get the most expensive one. The real problem and "reachability" has not changed a single bit - and the rich guys still can do exactly the same amount of marketplay they could before the "devaluement", now they do them just in smaller numerincal values. Unless you sit on big pile of clintz that deflation does not change anything, if you sit on pile of clintz you get richer.
This is the thing about "daily price" vs. relative value. You'd need to affect relative value to make big cards affordable to average Joe.
By removing clintz from the market you affect daily price but wont affect relative value a single bit.
See? You really need to understand this thing troughly, otherwise your solutions are and will be really... Don