Not to do time, but to help pass the time.
A-half dozen Princeton students faced off against 46 inmates yesterday, over chess boards.
The chess club at New Jersey State Prison has 75 members, including Kelvin Washington.
He's doing a 50-year stretch for robbery.
Yesterday, he played sophomore David Wang.
Washington didn't win, but he was grateful for the opportunity.
Washington says playing chess gives him a break from the prison monotony.