The key to removing this tree at repotting will be to use your sharp sickle tool to cut straight down through the rootball from the innermost edge of the lip. Once the rootball has gone all the way through one of the long sides, the root ball should tip out nicely, then you can remove the roots remaining in the pot.
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The third attachment is the same as the second, except I cropped it.
That is really awesome!
Thank you so much. Any suggestions on the tree? I'll get better at this with time. I was resizing my photos in photoplus maybe I need to install photoshop. I have a few other trees I would like to post in the near future.