If those who turned up in Bridgehampton for the opening Mercedes-Benz polo match seemed a little hazy on the rules — "How many chukkers are there? And what’s a "bump?" — that’s because on Saturday there was only one game in town: being in the right place at the right time. Dayssi Olarte de Kanavos raced along the back roads from the premiere of "Stuart Little 2" in Southampton — where Helen Schifter, Tory Burch and Tiffany Dubin were joined by their favorite G-movie fans — to the polo grounds, where play benefited New Yorkers for Children. The enormous tent pitched fieldside was packed by the time de Kanavos arrived, though no one except the ever-studious Natalie Portman appeared to be watching the game. Then Portman gave up, too, and made for the refreshments.

"I tried to figure it all out," she sighed. "But now, I’ll just concentrate on food."

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