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Posted:Yeah it does look like it's based on the antispin weave. As for how to go about learning this, I'd suggest starting with a solid antispin weave and an isolated weave as prerequisites (the former more so than the latter). Then take your antispin weave and try to isolate. Maybe first one hand at a time. Do take notice though that this is only namely a weave, since the hands don't even come close to actually crossing or uncrossing. They just switch the wheelplane they are on.
It's very hard to keep a perfect isolation while doing antispin, so don't be too hard on excellent technique at the beginning (not even the guy in the video manages to isolate through the whole pattern, his hand stops for a moment every now and then). I'd imagine this thing is similar to learning the isolated weave, in the sense that it will start out looking crappy (even though you have the pattern down), and will gradually increase in quality as the you manage to isolate more and more of it.