The second method is the cashClose method, which leverages an AMM liquidity pool direct connection to swap cash into tokens to payoff the put short and then deliver profits to the put long. For the cashClose method, the owner will automatically receive profits in the payment currency (cash), and never in the tokens. This is because the cash is held in escrow already, and find it unnecessary to swap that into tokens that may or may not have value anymore. The put short will always receive tokens from this transaction (buying the dip!). The method takes a 'bool dummy' as its second argument strictly for the purpose such that the ABI of the Puts Pairs matches the ABI of the Calls Pairs.