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Unless the receiver has a built-in delay feature (not likely), the next thing to try is to disable video processing on the TV side to see if you can get it close enough. If the TV has a "game mode", try that. Any "motion flow" or other processing should be turned off by that mode.
If that doesn't work, there were some external digital delay boxes - these used to be available, don't know if they're still around or not. As this issue became more widespread, the delay features were added to the AVR, and of course with later HDMI specifications to account for processing delay.
Most likely path to fix, if adjusting the TV doesn't work, will be to upgrade your AVR, unfortunately. But if your Yamaha is old enough to not process 1080p, you'd get a lot of other features like Internet streaming and IP/app control for your money, too...