I find my reasons for defending the exposure valid. It was done with the intent to prevent people from being scamed which happens much more then people realize, as one of the Mindfreak members even admitted happened to him.
and now after criss exposed a method to it you think that less people will fall for it?
that's crapit's the same with the 3 card monte, it doesn't matter if the "victim" knows that the "performer" could be cheating him by doing this and that
they will still fall for it
maybe because someone else already won at the game (of course a partner of the con, but our victim doesn't know that) or maybe because our victim is looking for tip-offs of the method he knows about and can't find any
it doesn't matter if someone knows the method because the people will still try to win an easy dollar if they see a chance of doing so
the only way not to fall for those scams is not to join them
and for this advice you don't have to expose a method on tv
So wont they still fall for a magician doing it...