By saying it is a gimmicked table gets laymen to think of how it can be done, so in fact you did expose.
Since when is thinking a crime? Maybe that's why I see so little of it here.
There are many ways to do a "camera trick." I don't think post processing editing is one of them. It's done all the time by every TV show in the business.
I do agree that it's a bit unfair that he claims "no camera tricks" and then relies on these edits to hide the "dirty work."
But then again, Criss isn't the only one. Many TV magician take advantage of this. Do you think Copperfield's "Grandfather's Aces" would look as good in person? Or did it depend on carefully controlled camera angles. There are times where they explicitly say that the camera won't cut away. There are other times when this isn't said but is just assumed. That's where we use these cuts to our advantage. Some people here might call "foul" but it's our job to misdirect. Used properly, it's just another tool in our bag of tricks.