Why was I liquidated if the price on the chart didn't reach my Liquidation Price?
The candlesticks shown on the Trading Chart represent the Last Price of the contract and the purple line on the chart represents the Index Price. The Mark Price, by which positions are liquidated, is not shown on the chart and that's why you don't see that your Liquidation Price has been reached.
To confirm that the Mark Price has reached your Liquidation Price, you can refer to the following article:
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