I checked in my search engine and it's there on the Yahoo search, right on the front page about fourth from the "sponsored" links. I can tell you that there are several things that may add to the problem and make your article get there more slowly. My favorite is to put in your search and see what words were part of the titles that landed on the front page. YuGiOh and Competitive were part of the first titles on Yahoo. Those were also associated with YouTube, a great way to get on top is posting a video that goes along with your article! Another thing to take into account is that if a product is new or there aren't a lot of people writing about it yet, Google and other search engines have trouble categorizing it. Adding the above words or any others you find to your title can help with that.
After about 24 hours, if you are still not showing up, using the Hub Pages Title Tuner may help. Finally, the best way to get up there quickly is to write related hubs and group them together by going to your account and selecting groups in the menu on the left hand side. Create a group for each set of related hubs, then drag them from Orphaned Hubs to the group they belong in. The recommended number is 3 to 6 although I have as many as 12 in one group.
One other way, if you aren't already doing so, is to create a summary. On the write side of your editing page scroll down and look at your dashboard. Click on the Summary tabs and create a two or three sentence summary, using at least one of the key words from your title.
Hope this answer helps!