When one of the private pools of LP2 experiences a shortfall in the total balance to pay out the trader's position profit, the position will automatically be liquidated by a third-party liquidator. However, the liquidation of a single position blowout does not simultaneously trigger the liquidation of the trader's position but instead; executes the closing of the position to the public pool. If an over loss occurs during the unwinding, the loss of the penetrated position is first compensated by the available balance of the Private Pool. Then the risk reserve compensates for any shortfall in the available balance. Subsequently, the liquidity of the Public Pool is judged, sufficient; and if so, the margin, compensation, and position fees of the liquidation order are transferred to the public pool together to form a new liquidity lock. If no over loss occurs at the time of liquidation, only the margin and holding fees of the position orders are closed out. When the liquidity in the public pool is also insufficient to catch the liquidated position order value, the order will execute with an agreed closeout.