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IPL6 Auction Little-known Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell was the only million-dollar buy in a low-key IPL 6 players' auction where franchises opted to put their money on unheralded names instead of established stars, most of whom went unsold on Sunday. 

The 24-year-old Maxwell stole the thunder grabbing a whopping $1 million (Rs 5.3 crore) deal with Mumbai Indians, while among the Indians, all-rounder Abhishek Nayar, and pacers R P Singh and Jaydev Unadkat invited unexpectedly high bids in the auction where only 37 of the 108 players in the fray managed to find buyers. 

The giants of the game who failed evoke much interest from the franchises included Australian captain Michael Clarke and his predecessor Ricky Ponting. Both of them were marquee players but were sold on their base price of $400,000 (Rs 2.1 crore) to Pune Warriors and Mumbai Indians respectively.

Australian fast bowler Nathan Coulter-Nile was put on sale at a base price of $100,000 but went for $450,000 to Mumbai Indians, who outbid the Rajasthan Royals. 

The 25-year-old is yet to make his international debut and currently turns up only for Western Australia and Perth Scorchers in his domestic circuit. 

Another uncapped player who triggered a bidding war was promising Australian pacer Kane Richardson. The 21-year-old, whose base price was $100,00, was ultimately bought by Pune Warriors for $700,000 (Rs 3.7 crore). 

Among the Indians, Jaydev was bought for $525,000 (Rs 2.7 crore) by Royal Challengers Bangalore, much higher than his base price of $100,000. 

Pankaj, on the other hand, was taken by the same franchise for $150,000, a massive jump from his base price of $50,000. 

Mumbai all-rounder Abhishek Nayar, who performed consistently in the domestic arena, went to Pune Warriors for $675,000 (Rs 3.5 crore), a huge improvement on his base price of $100,000. 

Another Indian pacer who managed to get a good deal was Manpreet Gony, who went for $500,000 (Rs 2.6 crore) to Kings XI Punjab. 

As the auction progressed, there were more surprises in store as the likes of Sri Lankan mystery spinner Ajantha Mendis and forgotten Australian pacer Dirk Nannes triggered bidding wars which fetched them price tags much more than their base prices. 

Mendis was bought by Pune Warriors for $725,000 (Rs 3.8 crore). The bowler, who is no longer the formidable force that he was when he first broke into the scene, came to the auction with a modest base price of $50,000. 

Nannes fetched a bid of $600,000 (Rs 3.1 crore) from the Chennai Super Kings, a massive hike from his base price of $200,00. 

West Indies bowler Fidel Edwards was bought by Rajasthan Royals for $210,000 (Rs 1.1 crore), a good improvement from his base price of $100,000. 

Sri Lankan all-rounder Thisara Perera also fetched Rs 3.5 crore from Hyderabad Sunrisers, while Indian paceman R P Singh managed to get a good deal from Royal Challengers Bangalore, who bought him for $400,000 (Rs 2.1 crore). 

It was a surprise given that his base price was $100,000 and he has not done anything significant to merit such a high price tag. 

South African all-rounder Johan Botha was bought by Delhi Daredevils for $450,000 (Rs 2.3 crore). 

Among others who would be smiling all the way to bank are Maxwell's compatriot Luke Pomersbach. The troubled player, who has battled alcoholism, fetched a deal of $300,000 (Rs 1.5 crore) with Kings XI Punjab. The 28-year-old batsman started with a base price of $50,000. 

West Indies captain Darren Sammy was purchased by Hyderabad Sunrisers for $425,000 (Rs 2.2 crore), while Australian James Faulkner also had a good day at the auction with Rajasthan Royals shelling out $400,000 (Rs 2.1 crore) for him. 

Among others who got good deals were Australia's Moises Henriques (sold for $300,000 to Royal Challengers Bangalore), temperamental New Zealand batsman Jesse Ryder($260,000 to Delhi Daredevils). 

Indian pacer Sudeep Tyagi and Kiwi Nathan McCullum were roped in by Hyderabad Sunrisers at their respective base prices of $100,000. 

The all-rounders drew the franchises' interest with most of them getting decent packages. 

But it it was disappointment for the wicketkeepers as just one of them, Quinton de Kcok (Hyderabad Sunrisers for $20,000), managed to find a buyer, that too in the final round. 

The contracts offered at this year's auction are for just this season as all the players will go under the hammer next year. 

The unsold list grew longer as the auction progressed with Australian Doug Bollinger and Sri Lankan Rangana Herath joining the prominent names who failed to evoke the franchises' interest. 

South Africans Vernan Philander and Herschelle Gibbs, West Indian Darren Bravo, England's Ravi Bopara, Australians James Hopes, Matthew Wade and Tim Paine also failed to invite a single bid. 

New Zealand's veteran all-rounder Jacob Oram, who went unsold in the initial bidding, was reselected and picked up by Mumbai Indians for his base price of $50,000. 

Similar was the case of South African wicket-keeper Quinton de Kock who was bought by Hyderabad Sunrisers for his base price of $20,000. 

Another comeback man was Australian all-rounder Daniel Christian who was bought by Royal Challengers Bangalore at his base price of $100,000 in the final round of bidding. 

Australian pacer Clint McKay was grabbed by Hyderabad Sunrisers in the final round for his base price of $100,000. 

"We tried to maintain transparency. I don't think anybody has got any complaints to make," IPL Chairman Rajeev Shukla said at the end of the proceedings. 

The nine franchises spent a total of $11.89 million in auction. RCB bought as many as seven players, Sunrisers six, while Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians bought five players each. 

Pune Warriors were content with buying four players, Rajasthan Royals and Delhi Daredevils picked up three each and Kolkata Knight Riders and Kings XI Punjab bought two each. Online IPL Betting.

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