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Check out James Fu's answer here:

https://plus.google.com/+JamesFuBEEFCAKE/posts/Tf4Pc5Z8reH

You need a copy of the chromebook's default asound.state file. Turn off alsa, copy that to the correct location, and edit the pulseaudio file telling it to turn off speakers when headphones are attached. Works like a charm!